The reports of Katrina Kaif and Deepika Padukone working together in Aanand L. Rai's next surprised everyone. But it seems that Katrina is not ready to bury the past.
According to the recent reports, Katrina Kaif has said 'No' to working with Deepika Padukone. Scroll down to know which actress might replace Deepika in the Shahrukh Khan starrer.
Anushka Sharma Might Grab This Film
As per a report in Spotboye,''Aanand L Rai had reportedly pulled the ultimate casting coup by signing on Katrina and Deepika for his next starring Shahrukh Khan. But now a new name Anushka is in contention too.''
Deepika Padukone Was Finalised First For The Movie
‘'Deepika was reportedly the first one to be finalised for the film which will see SRK playing a dwarf.''
Katrina Kaif Took A Long Time To Say 'Yes'
''Then they started the hunt for the other female lead. Katrina was sent the script and she took a long time to say 'yes'.''
Katrina Kaif Said 'Yes' But She Is Not Comfortable With Deepika
''When Katrina Kaif finally said 'yes' a few days ago, she made it clear that she is still not comfortable with the idea of working with Deepika.''
Ranbir Kapoor Is The Reason Behind Their Cat-Fight
''We all know that Ranbir Kapoor is the reason why these two actresses can't stand each other.''
Both Roles Are Tailor Made For Deepika & Katrina
''Now, Aanand L. Rai is in a sticky spot. Both roles are tailor made for Deepika Padukone and Katrina Kaif.''
Aanand L. Rai Might Replace Deepika
''The only name that has crossed Rai's mind for a replacement for Deepika Padukone is Anushka Sharma.''
Katrina & Anushka Are Close
''Katrina Kaif would be more than happy to work with Anushka Sharma in Shahrukh Khan's Dwarf film as they both share a warm equation.''
On a related note, Aanand L. Rai is very excited about this project with Shahrukh Khan, "Film with Khan saab is my most ambitious project because he is the main casting of the film. I don't think there is anyone who can play the character better than him. I am fortunate I got Shah Rukh Khan for this film," the director had told a daily.