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When Serena met Katrina Kaif in New York
Success repeated, Serena looks ahead
(By Sushmita Ghosh) New York- Serena Milan, a professional Model & fashionista based in New York, recently met with Bollywood queen Katrina kaif. Meeting happened during an interview session meant for promotion of Katrina's upcoming film. Serena was present at the venue where Channel head was conducting one-on- one interview with Katrina along with her co-star Siddharth Malhotra.
The awe-inspiring personality and unparalleled nature of Katrina amazed Serena. The popular American model henceforth found out the very apt reason of Kat’s secret of achieving such career success graph. “Katrina Kaif is as beautiful in person as she looks on screen and meeting her was a dream come true,” expressed Serena. With such adorable words, once again she created a strong position to every Bollywood lovers’ heart. Serena Milan, who gained massive popularity for her dance performance at recently held composer-singer duo Sajid Wajid live show in New York, is looking forward to repeat success. Promoted and managed by Indian television giant Zee TV, the event was extremely successful and widespread among the strong Indian community in the US. Sajid Wajid have expressed their zeal at the show to compose a matching number to launch Serena in the Indian film industry. An ardent admirer of Bollywood, she is also a die-hard follower of Bollywood icons like Salman Khan, Shahrukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Hrithik Roshan, Katrina Kaif and Jacqueline Fernandez, eager to visit India as soon as her schedule permits. Serena undeniably looks forward to repeat the achievement and accomplishment of Katrina, enabling her to enchant Indian movie enthusiasts.
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