Dabangg Tour: Salman Khan fans boo Katrina Kaif

Fans Continued To Insult Katrina

A video of Katrina Kaif being heckled by fans after a live performance as part of the ongoing Dabanng Tour in the USA and Canada has been shared online. In a recent video from Vancouver, Katrina can be seen walking out of her hotel amidst loud verbal abuses by fans, who had apparently come to catch a glimpse of the Bollywood actors. In the 40-second video, Katrina, dressed casually, can be seen making her way to the vehicle in a hurry, when a woman bystander says: "We don't want to take a picture with you". Booo." As the security holds the auto door open for the actress, she turns and addresses the woman to say: "You shouldn't do that guys. To which Katrina says, "Ma'am, please calm down!"

A video shows the 34-year-old actress being heckled by a woman, who claimed to be "waiting" for Salman Khan. "Only for Salman Khan!"

In what must have surely served as slow burn to the demanding fans, Katrina Kaif went ahead and clicked pictures with other "peace-loving" fans.

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Salman Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Sonakshi Sinha, Katrina Kaif, Manish Paul, Prabhudeva, etc., are now doing shows in various foreign locations.

However, there's a certain video of Katrina Kaif going viral on social media which highlights a completely different side of the tour. "Katrina is obviously the biggest star from the lot, after Salman". Plus, she's a terrific dancer. She's being paid around Rs 12 cr for the whole tour (eight shows) whereas Jacqueline and Sonakshi are both getting somewhere between Rs 6 cr to Rs 8 cr.

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