Ranbir is going through a rough patch in his career as his last few films "Besharam", "Roy" and "Bombay Velvet" failed to grab eyeballs.
"His movies not doing well is a sad thing. But he gives his heart and soul for a film. I know it hurts and pains him deeply that maybe he is not able to live up to the expectations and satisfy his audience," Katrina said.

"He loves his audience... he wants people to love his films... he wants that acceptance from audience. So all this is hurtful to him," she said. The 32-year-old actress is hopeful that Ranbir will bounce back.
"But as an actor, I haven't seen anyone more passionate and focused about his work. It is just a matter of time. Every actor goes through ups and downs. I am sure with his passion, dedication and God's blessing, things will change," she said.
Talking about her recently-released film "Phantom", Katrina says she is happy with the audience's response. The actress is now excited for Nitya Mehra's film with Sidharth Malhotra, for which she has started shooting.


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