Has it become a trend in B-town to work with your exes? Gone are the days when these babes would turn scarlet with embarrassment at the mention of their ex-beaus.
Has it become a trend in B-town to work with your exes? Gone are the days when these babes would turn scarlet with embarrassment at the mention of their ex-beaus. Deepika Padukone gave her nod to Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani. And when Ayan Mukerji approached her, she instantly said ‘yes’ without any reluctance.
One of the reasons could be that these young stars are so passionate about their careers that they treat working with their ‘once upon a time’ sweethearts like no big deal. It’s just another meaty project for them.
Katrina Kaif was seen doing Ek Tha Tiger with Salman Khan after they broke up. The movie garnered decent numbers at the box office; Sallu appeared in a good film after ages, the two won great reviews for their performance. Who would let go of so many benefits because of ego and emotional issues.
Now the other garma garam news is that Anushka and Ranveer will be seen together in a film. Yup, their relationship was as short-lived as Ranveer’s ability to sit still, but looks like they are taking some serious inspiration from other ‘lovers-turned-friends’ in B-town who would rather grab the chance of doing a good film together than sulk in front of the paparazzi.
Ranveer and Anushka will be seen in Zoya Akhtar’s next. Lo and behold! This will surely set a lot of tongues wagging. Be prepared to hear headlines like, Is Deepika jealous of Anushka? Is Ranveer doing a film with Anushka to make DP jealous? And all that balderdash…
It would be lovely to see the two working together again. But that really makes me wonder if this is becoming a trend of sorts. Will we get to see more actors working with their exes? Kareena and Shahid still make a great onscreen pair. They created magic in Jab We Met together. The makers should try approaching them. And of course Bebo and Sasha can try and bury all that bitterness deep in history and get all professional…what say?