Deepika Padukone on Katrina Kaif: I have always appreciated what she has done with her career
Published : 06 May 2017, 17:11
The Dinesh Vijan helmed film 'Raabta' which stars Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon in leading roles has Deepika Padukone making a special appearance in the film's title track.
The 'Raabta' title track is a reprised version of the original song by the same name from the 2012 film 'Agent Vinod' starring Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan. In the music video, Deepika sets the screen on fire by grooving in a gorgeous black cut-out dress with thigh-high slits.
Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif was questioned about Deepika's sizzling performance when she attended a recent event in the city. She said, "I love it. She looks great. It is a Yay!".
In response to her statement, Deepika at a press conference on Friday said, "I think compliments are always great especially when it comes from your contemporaries and I have always appreciated what she has done with her career."
This sweet exchange between the two is sure to put those nasty rivalry rumours to rest.
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