Jab Ranbir met Deepika on the sets of ‘Koffee with Karan’
Last Updated: Wednesday, November 17, 2010, 20:41
  

Spicezee Bureau

Mumbai: Bollywood heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor had a face-off with his ex-lady love Deepika Padukone on the sets of filmmaker Karan Johar’s talk show ‘Koffee with Karan’. Apparently, their rendezvous was one of those, which clearly exhibited signs of discomfort between the two, who were once an inseparable and most ‘talked-about’ couple of the Tinsel Town.

The duo accidentally bumped into each other when the dimpled beauty was making her way to the sets of ‘Koffee with Karan’, while the Kapoor lad was making an exit after an interview.

Explaining the unexpected yet hasty meeting between Ranbir and Deepika, an insider revealed while talking to a news daily, “We had no instructions to ensure they didn’t bump into each other. The entire unit was stunned when they came face to face. They smiled, shook hands and had a brief talk, but were formal with each other.”

Looking at the picture of the duo stuck on the sets, psychiatrists are of the opinion that Ranbir-Deepika share great amount of animosity between them.

While talking to the daily, describing Ranbir-Deepika’s present equation which they share with each other, psychiatrist Deepak Raheja said, “Deepika seems anxious. There is evidence of some pain, which may come from unaddressed issues. Eye contact is being purposely avoided, Ranbir looks more comfortable than her.”

This face-off is a classic example of the broken hearts fuming from within. But the ex-lovers tried hard to handle it maturely.

“Their body language is awkward. Their confused state of mind is evident in the way their hands and eyes are going in different directions,” the news daily quoted psychiatrist Sanjeev Kalra as saying.

Now, it seems quite obvious that the Kapoor-Padukone face-off wasn’t just by chance. Filmmaker and host Karan Johar might have been the mastermind behind the rendezvous. All we can now do is to sit and ponder over. Isn’t it?



First Published: Wednesday, November 17, 2010, 20:41



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