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Great friends on and off screen
What do you think of two good-looking Bollywood starlets who see each other as friends, and not competition?
Jacqueline Fernandez and Sonam Kapoor are just that, and the friendship is even deeper than you would think. On how it happened, Fernandez said: “I met Sonam three years back when Mausam was releasing and I was invited to the screening. And we just really got along. We are like-minded, we wish well for each other and we have got each other’s back and that’s really cool. I don’t get any sense of rivalry or competition from her. I genuinely feel that she is a sweet girl. I have never seen her wish bad for anyone. She is someone I can trust.” Sounds like a great relationship to us!
Speaking of great relationships, how is this for one. The anticipation is building for Imtiaz Ali’s Tamasha. Last seen together in the hit romantic comedy, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor are sharing screen space once again and we can’t wait to see how things play off.
#BollyTalks snagged a first look at what will happen in the movie, and it only makes us more curious! Padukone looks pretty as usual in a white lace sun dress with a black silk shawl in one frame, and in the other, Kapoor is wearing a sea green cargos with a red velvet jacket.
They are saying that the film “appears to have a feel of the Victorian era”, but we are not so sure. Director Imtiaz Ali is seen in other photos, monitoring each scene carefully. We’ll let readers know if we get hold of anymore behind-the-scenes action, stay tuned!
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