Be it tiffs over affairs, screen space, films or brand endorsements — here are some recent examples cementing the belief that heroines can never be friends
When two female actors work in the same film, it often leads to insecurity and catfights. Seems like that’s what’s happening with Murder 2 heroines
— Sara Loren and Aditi Rao Hydari . Tension between them is so obvious that reportedly the two won’t be promoting the film together. Randeep Hooda’s (above) sizzling chemistry with newbie Sara is evident in the trailer and Aditi apparently fears that Sara might take away the show.
Rumour mills suggest that Deepika Padukone’s proximity with her Ram Leela co-actor Ranveer Singh has pissed off Anushka Sharma (who was said to be in a relationship with her Band Baaja Baraat co-star). And now, Sidhartha Mallya (who was once rumoured to be dating Deepika) is Anushka’s new friend. A war between them over brand endorsements was also reported. Anushka took potshots at Deepika saying: “She has done more films. I’ve been choosy. I haven’t picked up just about any role that came my way.”
Actors Rani Mukerji and Kareena Kapoor were reportedly at loggerheads after the release of their last flick, Talaash, last year. There were apparently visible cold vibes between the two at a promotional event and co-star Aamir Khan had to play the mediator. The film reviews where Rani’s acting skills garnered more appreciation even though Kareena had a bigger role, is what is said to have ticked off the war. Reports also suggest that the two avoided a face-off at the film’s success bash.
Speculations were rife that Katrina Kaif was upset with Priyanka Chopra for replacing her in filmmaker Ali Abbas Zafar’s Gunday. Katrina has earlier worked with Zafar in Mere Brother Ki Dulhan. There were also reports of Priyanka being the original choice which further pissed Kat off.