We bet that Ranveer will not be very pleased to see this latest development
Ranveer Singh is very upset with Sanjay Leela Bhansali, we've even heard that the actor plans to ditch the filmmaker for favouring the other hero (Shahid Kapoor) in his upcoming project. BollywoodLife had first revealed that Shahid Kapoor has given a go-ahead for this role, seems like SLB might just lose Ranveer this time around. Shahid will essay the role of Deepika’s husband in Padmavati. And the actor’s latest visit to Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s just indicates that the preparations have already begun.
Earlier we told you that Deepika Padukone was in no mood to romance a lesser known actor. In fact, Deepika had ousted the Masaan famed Vicky Kaushal and even rejected a TV star. Following the actresses’ demand, makers were in fix as no other actor wanted to play a second fiddle to Ranveer in the movie. However now it seems that, Shahid was open to the role, but put forth his conditions before the filmmaker. Also for Shahid, this role did not demand as much time and was in fact a boon consdering that he's expecting his first baby with wife Mira Rajput next month. We hear that SLB assured Kapoor that his role would be meaty, clearly we weren't least bit surprised to hear that Ranveer demanded for a bound script from Bhansali before signing the dotted line.
The actor’s latest visit to director’s house suggested that the two might have mended their differences. After Ranveer, Sasha paid a visit to SLB’s residence. The actor was there for a few hours and then made a quick exit. Looks like Bhansali has two extremely demanding actors to handle and he's ensuring that both his heroes feel secure by meeting them personally and separately. Now we wonder if Bhansali had it much easier working with Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra in Bajirao Mastani. After all we didn't hear of any cat fights or ego clashes ahead of the film's shoot at least.
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