The ladies have matured. They have moved on from fights to better relationship management. They are more professional now. That probably comes with experience and maturity. Read below for how they have made appreciation their tool to bridge gaps.
The media is abuzz with rumors about the awkward equation between Katrina Kaif and Deepika Padukone. All thanks to Ranbir Kapoor. But the storm seems to have calmed a bit. During the promotions of Fitoor, Katrina was asked about Deepika and Ranbir’s pairing in Tamasha, and she was seemed quite unperturbed, saying, “I don’t have an opinion on the matter. Deepika is a great actress, and will make a great pair with any male actor. She makes a great pair with both Ranbir and Ranveer.”
One belongs to a family of stalwarts while the other has carved her own niche in the industry. They bonded big time and couldn’t stop praising each other’s work. In a recent interview, when Kangna was asked a few questions about Kareena, she said, “Kareena has raised the bar. She is the epitome of a modern woman. From Geet (Jab We Met) to Kia (Ki and Ka), she has always set the standards high for all of us. Her character in Ki and Ka is about role reversal and how women are participating in every field in every way. This is a progressive film.”
Deepika Padukone and Kangna Ranaut: The fight for being the number 1 actress is as human and Freudian as it can get. Who doesn’t love being on the top? Much has been written about the catfights between Deepika and Kangna. But hello, have you forgotten that Deepika dedicated her Best Popular Actress award in 2015 to Kangna Ranaut for her performance in Queen. It’s a big, bold step to tell the world that they are all for ‘a friendly world’.