Katrina Kaif Plastic Surgery Before & After
Katrina Kaif has gone from looking like the girl next door to looking like a girl who has been around the block a few times, and then some. While the actress once sported cute, round cheeks and a brilliant smile accentuated by pouty lips and an upturned nose, she now resembles someone straight out of The Vampire Diaries. Don’t get us wrong, we’re all for people wanting to improve themselves, but sometimes going under the knife has a double edged sword and backfires, as is the case with Kaif.
A Laundry List of Procedures
Cheek implants, nose job (rhinoplasty), Botox, fillers in her lips, cheeks and who knows where else are evident in her before and after photos. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that she has had a lot, and we mean a lot, of work done. The once bubbly smile looks withdrawn and tight, her cheeks appear almost pointy and her nose would rival the length of any zip line. Sadly, Kaif is a case of plastic surgery gone bad. And what’s worse, is she probably thinks she looks terrific and will more than likely continue to have more procedures. What she doesn’t realize, is that in trying to preserve her youthful look, she is actually expediting the aging process. Soft looks on a woman are attractive, and make her appear gentle, caring and compassionate. The look Kaif now sports makes her appear too edgy, which is great if she were auditioning for a lifetime role as a witch. They’re much too sharp for her face, and she appears too harsh.
Iced Over Look is the Cold Hard Reality of Bollywood
Kaif has been yet another Bollywood starlet who fell into the “fountain of youth is found in a plastic surgeon’s office” trap. Rather than grow old gracefully and show all the lines that were earned through hard work, perseverance and determination, she opted to have them “iced over” which is both sad and disappointing. Young girls and women often seek to emulate the actresses they see on TV and in films, and the message it is sending is that you can’t be yourself if you want to survive in life. Unfortunately, looking “frozen in time” has become a cold, hard reality in Bollywood today, which is sad.