Katrina Kaif has been active on Facebook for some time now. The gorgeous actress, who took her time to explore the social networking world, is apparently loving it, by the looks of it. That’s right, Katrina was for a very long time, hesitant about venturing into the online world. “Why would you want to put yourself out there,” the actress had once commented, hinting at the Internet trolls. However, it seems that Katrina has now made her peace with social networking.
In a recent interview with a leading daily, Katrina explained how she began to indeed fall in love with the whole concept of social networking. What more, the actress revealed that she will be joining Instagram. “Even now, I’m running around, juggling two films (Jagga Jasoos and Tiger Zinda Hai) with Jagga soon up for release. I am also trying to work on the launch of my Instagram account,” said the actress, who will make a grand debut on on April 27th.
“Yes, it’s going to be a lot of fun. Honestly, since I was a bit adverse to social media in the beginning, I probably overlooked the whole thing. Because once you build up something so big in your mind, you start building it up even bigger. Sometimes, you just have to jump into the deeper side of the swimming pool. You just have to have fun with it. In today’s world, it’s important to have your voice, your individual space and get it out there. One argument is that actors don’t require it, but you will never be able to prove whether that point is right or wrong,” added Katrina.
She further said, “I have realised it is actually quite fun and I probably could have joined it a long time ago. I think I would be enjoying it even more if I had joined it earlier, as I would have been in the full swing of things by now. I probably just took an approach and stuck with it without actually revisiting or analysing it to see if I really wanted to stick with it anymore. I like the idea of having one platform that is your personal connection to your audience. A platform with which you share things that are in your control rather than audience seeing things via other people’s point of view, which mostly happens to be the media.”