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"An!" Says Internet To Katrina Kaif, As Grammar Nazis Pounce At Thugs Of Hindostan Star

Written By Joel Kurian | Mumbai | Published:

Hack:

  • Katrina Kaif took to Instagram on November 8 to share a photograph displaying the behind-the-scene aspect of an actor.
  • Instead of appreciating the work of the artistes or the picture, Instagram users were interested in correcting her grammar.

It’s not easy being an actor. Katrina Kaif had recently showcased in a video the hard work that went into perfecting a tough dance step for ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ song ‘Suraiyya.’ Apart from her own effort for the tasks she is expected to do for her movies, there are also multiple persons who work with/on the ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ star. Make-up artistes, costume designers, hair stylists, choreographers, fitness trainers, diet experts are just some of those that the stars are dependent on.

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Katrina took to Instagram on November 8 to share a photograph displaying this behind-the-scene aspect of an actor. The ‘Mere Brother Ki Dulhan’ star is seen getting ready for a shot for 'Zero' where make up artist Daniel Bauer is giving the perfect touches to her look and choreographer Bosco Martis is helping them by holding the mirror up to her. Katrina’s caption read, “It takes a army,” tagging the two.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

It takes a army 💃🦄 @danielbauermakeupandhair @boscomartis

A post shared by Katrina Kaif (@katrinakaif) on

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But more than appreciating the work of the artistes or the picture, Instagram users noticed something completely different. If you read the post, the actor used ‘a’ instead of ‘an’ before ‘army’ and the ‘Grammar Nazis’ thought it was important to correct Katrina. While some of them just used the convenient asterisk, ‘*an army’, to correct her, there were others who went further, saying ‘RIP Grammar’ and how she had embarrassed herself with the 'vowel mistake'. Some wrote how she needed to ‘correct’ her ‘comprehension’ and many of them had a good laugh over it, which was evident in the number of ‘LOL’ smileys they used.

Check out some of their reactions here:

 

It's not that uncommon to make typos and grammatical errors, especially on social media, but we're sure Katrina will be more careful in the future. The actor was also in the news on the day for the release of 'Thugs of Hindostan.'    

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