Does Anushka Sharma like working with Katrina Kaif?

If you remember, in the past the Rab Ne Bana De Jodi actor apparently was at loggerheads with the other ladies of Ladies vs Ricky Bahl. But in the Shahrukh Khan film Jab Tak Hain Jaan, things have apparently been different…

When two leading ladies are working under the same roof and in the same studio, brawls and backbiting are a part of the deal. But Anushka Sharma – who plays a 21-year-old aspiring docu-filmmaker in Yash Chopra’s latest romance – said none of that happened on the sets of Jab Tak Hai Jaan, the Yash Chopra film that also stars Shahrukh Khan and Katrina Kaif.

In a recent interview the pretty and petite Bangalore-born-and-bred babe went on and on about her experience working with the Ek Tha Tiger actor. The Jab Tak Hai Jaan set was the place where the two extremely professional and private ladies – who don’t even share a common circle of friends – got to know each other better. “Katrina is someone who is very easy to talk to and does not behave like a star,” said Anushka and revealed how they bonded. “We spoke a lot while on the sets on a myriad of topics like our families and also unimportant things and we got along really well.”

That’s not all; the Band Baaja Baaraat babe also said that Katrina and she are quite similar. Aah, now isn’t that too much, to compare herself to the much more senior and better established leading lady? But that’s not what Anushka meant. She said, “I am not a girlie girl and don’t enjoy talking about boys, clothes, bags, etc. And I felt she is the same way. I guess that is one of the reasons we hit it off really well.”

Meanwhile, while she spoke about her experience working with the rising reigning queen of B-town, Anushka also denied Kat’s 3am phone call to her ever happened. “The talks for the movie promotions haven’t yet begun, so such an incident is highly unlikely.”

Okay, for now we have no choice than to go with what Anushka said about her the phone call to and rapport with Kat, but do we believe it? Now that is another story…