Katrina insecure about RK-Dippy's proximity?


Ranbir Kapoor is all set to fly-off with ex-flame Deepika Padukone for a 20-day trip. Is Katrina Kaif fuming? Read more

Well, they have never admitted to seeing each other but then, they have never denied it also. There have been numerous occasions when Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif have been caught by the paparazzi sharing a meal at private booth of restaurants, visiting each other at wee hours of the night and going on holidays abroad.Rumour mills have it that they returned together in the same flight after attending TOIFA ceremony at Canada. At the airport, however, theycame out separately to avoid being spotted together by the shutterbugs waiting outside.The two are said to be very committed towards each other and have been trying to work things out in their relationship( Ranbir's various link-ups especially). However there is going to be trouble in paradise soon.


The tables have turned and this time Katrina will wear the insecurity batch as her beau flies off with his very-much single ex-girlfriend. Ranbir who has been shooting for Ayan Mukerjee’s ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’ with ex-flame Deepika Padukone will soon fly abroad with her on a tour to  the UAE, UK and some other parts of the globe. The duo is meant to be making the rounds for their forthcoming film – ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’. Deepika, whose schedule is jam-packed because she is over-committed to her movies, has actually taken time off from Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Rohit Shetty to accommodate this film promotion tour. And she will go around the globe in 20 odd days with RK Junior and an entourage.

Ranbir and Deepika started dating each other in 2008 and broke off after two years of courtship. The reasons for the break-up have been speculated to be  Ms Kaif and it was rumoured that Ranbir had cheated on Deepika. Infact, in one of the shows of ‘Coffee with Karan’, Deepika left no stone unturned to lash out at her ex-boyfriend and Katrina Kaif. The ex-couple finally buried the hatchet at Imran Khan’s film screening and were seen to be greeting each other affectionately. “There was no discomfort between the Ranbir and Deepika and both were very warm towards each other. Ranbir even sat next to Deepika and watched the film,” said an eye-witness who was at the screening.

Their bitter breakup is a thing of past and both are renewing their friendship during the shoot of the film. In January, when the unit was shooting at high altitude in Kashmir, apparently the unit had a lot of trouble arranging food. A source says, “It was a big hassle to take food to that height, so everyone had to survive on eggs and instant noodles for a few days. And to add to it, the hotel in which Ranbir and Deepika were put up, had power cuts for several hours a day. There were no heaters either that could help keep them warm.” Is Katrina fuming? Watch this space for an update.

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