Katrina Kaif and Padma Lakshmi in Boom
The film Boom was a 2003 film that was directed by Kaizad Gustad and boasted of actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Jackie Shroff and Gulshan Grover. It also had a bevy of Supermodels like Padma Lakshmi and Madhu Sapre. The movie was supposed to show the nexus between the fashion world and crime, but critics thrashed it calling it a ‘soft porn’. Though, Amitabh suffered no after effects from this disaster, newbie Katrina Kaif, who made her debut in Bollywood with this film, is still haunted by this movie.
Katrina Kaif stripping off her white shirt
Katrina played the role of a model in this film, but her sleazy role continues to return to haunt her. This is probably the only movie up till now where you can get to see and admire Katrina’s delectable body in a bikini. After this misadventure and with special counsel and advice from Salman Khan, Katrina has never put her body on so much open display again. If you’d like to check out more Katrina Kaif bikini pictures, do click here.
Katrina Kaif Looking Wanton
Katrina is considered one of the Sexiest Women Alive and all her fans have to revert back to the film Boom to see her in a bikini!
In Boom, she looks really hot as a seductive model. A lot of people were of the opinion that Katrina Kaif in Boom was disastrous because she had no role to play. But, Katrina Kaif was noticed in the film because of her lovely figure and innocent face.
Katrina Kaif with Madhu and Padma Lakshmi
Katrina Kaif Doing A Ramp Walk
Katrina Kaif with Gulshan Grover
Katrina Kaif in a Seduction scene
Katrina Kaif appeared in a controversial kissing scene opposite actor Gulshan Grover which was then deleted from the movie, reportedly because of pressure applied to the director to do so by her friend Salman Khan. Later, Katrina and Salman broke up. This was when this controversial scene started making headlines. Also, as Katrina Kaif shot to fame, the news about the scene being supposedly included in the DVD version of the film emerged, but was later denied by the makers.