Actors Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone may be in the news for their film opposite each other, but what B-Town is buzzing about more is the easy chemistry the two exes share even when not shooting. The two hotties were spotted enjoying each other's company in the markets of Udaipur beyond their work too. Similarly, actors Shahid Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra, who are busy promoting their upcoming film Teri Meri Kahaani are also known to spend much time together even when not in front of the cameras. And while actor Salman Khan is known to have bonded with his rumoured ex, Katrina Kaif off the sets of Ek Tha Tiger too, back home he was seen attending a screening with another of his former girlfriends, Sangeeta Bijlani. And onloo
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Talking about it, an industry insider reveals that the fact is that today's generation is more relaxed when it comes to relationships, yet extremely professional when it comes to work. "Besides, they all had parted on an amicable note, so it was just like friends getting back. Also the fact that they often have common friends, move in the same circles is also to be considered for the high comfort level they share with each other. Both Ranbir and Deepika agree. "Deepika and I are still good friends and we have immense respect for each other work-wise too," Ranbir had earlier said and Deepika too had reiterated it, saying, "We both share a good rapport personally and professionally. We may not be dating each other, but we continue to be good friends."
As for Salman bonding with Sangeeta, a friend close to the two reveal, that they have always be in touch with each other over the years. "In fact, Sangeeta is really close to the family too and often visits home even when Salman's not around," says the source.
Trade analyst Komal Nahta points out that the curiosity is already piqued when two exes come together on screen. "Also they are bound to be comfortable with each other that's why they have signed a film with each other in the first place. All in all, it's a win-win situation for all involved, including filmmakers. Such pairings generate enough buzz to keep the interest alive right till the release, which works in the favour of the film for sure," explains Nahta.
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