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Ex-girlfriend shows some love
It’s nice to see young Bollywood act maturely in and out of relationships. Deepika Padukone thought nothing of wishing her ex, Ranbir Kapoor’s current girlfriend, Katrina Kaif, a happy birthday on Tuesday. “Happy Birthday #Katrina!Lots of love & hope you have the bestest year ever!:-)” she tweeted at the actress.
Last seen in Ram-Leela, Padukone is currently working with Kapoor in Imtiaz Ali’s Tamasha in Corsica. It’s their second film together after their break-up. According to reports, Kaif was also there, to celebrate her birthday with Ranbir.
The Dhoom 3 actress flew from Prague after finishing her Bang Bang shoot with Hrithik Roshan. This is not unusual behaviour for this pair as they make frequent visits to each other to spend quality time together. Prior to this, Kaif made several trips to the sets of Bombay Velvet’ in Sri Lanka to see Kapoor.
Well, be prepared to see this pretty lady as you have never seen her before! On Monday evening, Priyanka Chopra unveiled the first poster of her first biopic Mary Kom for her fans on Twitter and she wrote: “Heart. Blood. Soul. I’v given it my all. Now over to you guys!”
The poster shows Chopra, a la Mary Kom, looking fierce, showing Priyanka’s face with bruises and cut marks. Recently seen as a cabaret artist and police officer in Gunday, Chopra is all set for a power-packed performance in the movie, produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali.
The multi-talented actress has been in the news since she decided to do the biopic on the Olympic Bronze medallist. From her visit to the boxer’s native place in Manipur, to her rigorous training sessions, she has kept us all in the loop. The movie, directed by Omung Kumar will be released on September 5. Good luck at the box office, Chopra!
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