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Katrina: I will work with Salman again

August 05, 2008 17:17 IST

Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif

Katrina Kaif has refuted reports that she had decided to end her professional relationship with beau Salman Khan [Images] and said that a good script was the only pre-condition for her to sign a film.

"I have never said that I will not work with Salman Khan after Yuvraj," she said. "I always go by the script. I do not know how such speculations float around. If our dates work out, we will feature in Sohail Khan's [Images] next film."

On reports that she was no longer part of Shah Rukh Khan's [Images] Temptations world tour after the much-hyped SRK-Salman fracas at her birthday party, Katrina said that she enjoyed dancing, and being on stage. "If dates permit, I will be a part of the show," she said.

Katrina, who recently replaced Aishwarya Rai [Images] Bachchan as the ambassador of Nakshtra jewellary brand, revealed that she is leaving for the US to shoot for Kabir Khan's film, to be produced by Yash Raj Films, this week. The actress will be paired opposite John Abraham [Images] in this yet-untitled film.

"This will be my longest outdoor schedule ever," she said.

But before that, Katrina is looking forward to the release of her film, Singh is Kinng this week. "It is an entertaining film and we have worked very hard on it," she said, adding, "Akshay has a good sense of script, commercial cinema and audience tastes. He is unbiased towards his co-stars. Namastey London [Images] was a woman centric film but Akshay was its strength as well. Besides, we have fun matching each other's energy in dancing," she said.

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