GQ India

Katrina Kaif has spoken about how social messages could be conveyed so much easily through films to bring change in society.

Kaif was asked about a film on ‘educating girls’ to which she was cited in PinkVilla saying, “I don’t believe you need to have a movie to take this cause further or spread the awareness about this cause. There are many ways we can do it, although with a movie on it, sometimes a message comes across in a non-judgmental, non-forceful or organic entertaining form.”

Referring to last year’s success ‘Secret Superstar’, Kaif said, “That movie had that message. That was definitely the message that got across. A young talented girl who is being stopped from fulfilling her dreams because the society and world around her are not allowing her to do that… So for me, there are movies being made like that. You don’t necessarily need a movie just about the classroom,” Pinkvilla cited.

Kaif has two films in the pipeline ‘Zero’ and ‘Thugs Of Hindostan’.

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