Friendship day special: SRK-Salman lead way to patch-ups in Bollywood

Shah Rukh salmanThis friendship day take a look at the recent patch ups in the film fraternity.

Bollywood actors and actresses seem to be putting aside their egos to mark a new era in B-town! After the much talked about patch up between the film fraternity's superstars Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan actors like Priyanka Chopra and Kareena Kapoor; Anushka Sharma and Deepika Padukone; Sonam Kapoor and Ranbir Kapoor are also breaking the ice. This friendship day take a look at the recent patch ups in the film fraternity.

Things between Priyanka and Kareena got sour after Priyanka started dating her Kaminey co-star an Kareena's ex-beau Shahid Kapoor. The two actresses took a dig at each other regarding their 'fake-accents' in an interview to Karan Johar. However, Kareena was spotted at the prayer meet of her Aitraaz co-star's father with her sister Karisma Kapur.

We all remember how Sonam Kapoor had said that she did not find her Saawariya co-star Ranbir Kapoor 'sexy'. The comment did not go down well with Ranbir's father, veteran actor Rishi Kapoor, who reportedly took up the issue with Sonam last month at her cousin Arjun Kapoor's birthday bash hosted by the actress! But, Sonam and Ranbir have buried the hatchet and are getting along well. His father is also working with Sonam in an untitled Yash Raj film.

While director Karan Johar (who seems to be in no mood to patch up with filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma, who reportedly invited the director for the screening of The Attacks of 26/11) had said on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa that two actresses can never be BFF's here's another example of two actresses patching up. The relationship between the two actresses, Anushka Sharma and Deepika Padukone, went sour when the latter started dating the Band Baaja Barat actor Ranveer Singh. However, according to reports the two actresses were quite at ease in Macau last month.

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