Combo photo shows Katrina Kaif in her latest airport look.
Niloufar Saleem, Staff Reporter
Bollywood celebrities often make headlines for their airport looks.
But amid the ongoing pandemic, things are slightly different.
Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif, who was seen flaunting her latest airport look, looked more like a medical rep than the stylish diva that’s hidden behind the mask.
The Bollywood diva took to social media to share her airport look.
She posted an image of her donning the PPE kit along with a mask to go with it on her official Instagram account.
"Safety first...outfits not bad either," Katrina wrote along with the picture.
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