Monday, June 6, 2011

Don't say Tomato... next time you bump into Katrina

Don't say Tomato... next time you bump into Katrina

Don`t say Tomato... next time you bump into KatrinaBe warned, the actor may barf

The mango may be Katrina Kaif's chosen fruit for endorsement, but we've heard the actress won't have anything to do with tomatoes, even if it means an endorsement deal worth millions. 

Sources say the squishy-squashy time Kaif had at the Tomantino festival in Spain, while shooting for Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, was enough to put her off tomatoes, much to the disappointment of a tomato ketchup brand. 

Sources reveal that a ketchup company offered Kaif a three-year deal worth an eyebrow leaping amount, but Kaif politely turned down their offer. Said a source close to the actress, "They wanted to use her connection with kids to enlarge their customer base. Unfortunately, Katrina's stomach does somersaults at the thought of tomatoes. She just couldn't take up their offer." 

Talking of tomatoes...

Famous Chilean poet Pablo Neruda wrote of Spanish tomatoes in his poem, Ode to Tomatoes, which uses the fruit to paint an immensely visual picture of the country, in all its heat, beauty, sensuosness and colonial cruelty:The street filled with tomatoes, midday, summer, light is halved like a tomato, its juice runs through the streets. 


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