Katrina Kaif confesses she doesn’t have an eye for interior designing!   

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Yes, you heard it right! In the season finale of Mirchi Plus’ Dream Homes with Gauri Khan, Katrina Kaif reveals how she is not open to exploring color palettes when it comes to home décor and lacks the knack for being an interior designer.

When Gauri asked Katrina more about her home styling preferences, Katrina said, “You know what, I am terrible at color, but I really want color. I mean to be an interior designer you have to have that eye, I don’t have that eye for color.”

The episode takes the viewers through Katrina’s likes and dislikes about styling her space. Moreover, the audiences get to witness a complete overhaul of Katrina’s terrace from a deserted space to a comforting/cozy chilling spot.

 In this last episode, Gauri Khan shares the best of her home décor tips and tricks with the audiences to build their dream homes.   

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