After Her Reception, Deepika Padukone Ended Her Rivalry With Katrina Kaif By Doing This

6:04 pm 5 Dec, 2018

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Deepika Padukone has been in the news regarding her wedding functions for quite some time now. After tying the knot with beau Ranveer Singh in Italy, the actress had two receptions in India. One in Bangalore, since she has most of her family there. And another one in Mumbai. The Mumbai reception which was held at the Grand Hyatt was a star-studded event. Deepika and Ranveer invited the who’s who of Bollywood and other important personalities.

But all through the discussion of her reception invite list, there was a question on everyone’s mind. And that was if the actress will invite Katrina Kaif to be a part of her happiness. Well, we all know that Kaif got an invitation, but by whom?

 


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As per reports, it was Ranveer Singh who sent an invitation to Kaif and made sure she came. There was thus still some lingering suspicion of a tiff between Kaif and Deepika Padukone. This tiff began when actor Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina began dating right after Deepika broke up with him.

 

 

But seems like the suspicion of that tiff still persisting has come to an end. It finally looks like Deepika Padukone has made the decision to bury the hatchet. As per the actress’s Instagram account, Deepika has become a follower of Kaif’s.

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Not just this, the actress even went on to like some of Vogue India’s pictures featuring Katrina Kaif.

Here’s Katrina Kaif looking hot at Deepika Padukone’s reception function:

 

 

Now, isn’t this sweet? The two hot Bollywood divas are finally moving on and are letting the bygones be bygones. We wonder if Ranveer Singh had a big role to play behind this advancement. Well, we think so!

 

 


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Nonetheless, we are super happy that another one of Bollywood’s rivalries has come to an end. And now, maybe our desire to see Deepika and Kat on the silver screen together will finally come true. Whatsay?