PeeCee, Deepika don't share 'Bajirao Mastani' sourness in real life

PeeCee: \'Thank you Bajirao, Mastani, Deepika, Ranveer - in the film we hate each other but otherwise we love each other.

Published: 11th July 2016 10:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th July 2016 10:59 AM   |  A+A-


Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone (L) and Priyanka Chopra (R). (File Photo)


NEW DELHI: Priyanka Chopra has once again made it clear that all is well between her and Deepika Padukone - this time during her acceptance speech at IIFA 2016.

The award show, that was aired on TV yesterday, saw the ‘Quantico’ star mentioning during her acceptance speech for ‘Best Actress’ in a Supporting Role category for ‘Bajirao Mastani, “in the film we hate each other but otherwise we love each other.”

Priyanka even thanked everyone including Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Tanvi Azmi.

She then said, “Thank you Bajirao, Mastani, Deepika, Ranveer - in the film we hate each other but otherwise we love each other.”

For the uninitiated, rumours about the bitterness between the 'Bajirao Mastani' actresses grabbed spotlight, owing to the tough competition offered by the ‘Piku’star to the desi girl on the global platform.

It was even rumoured that the bitterness extended to such level that the two denied sharing the stage during IIFA.

However, clearing the air in a recent interview with DNA, Deepika had said, “Priyanka is a fabulous performer and I did not want to spoil her performance. We might not have done the dance together at IIFA, but you can always play the song anywhere when we both are around and we will happily dance to Pinga.”

Priyanka too in an event sometimes back stated, "I am clarifying whatever it was earlier, it is same today also.”

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