Spicy details of what happened at the rehearsals for an awards function at Macau
Priyanka Chopra and Shah Rukh Khan are once again in the news as sources say that the two bonded big time during the rehearsals of an awards function in Macau. In fact, PC ignored ex-beau Shahid Kapoor and kept Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif waiting as she went on practicing her piece with SRK.
Priyanka Chropra and Shah Rukh Khan
Our sources tell us, "Shah Rukh and Priyanka were doing a skit, so before the event they rehearsed it, as is the norm. However, they didn't stop at just a couple of practices, but went on till they finished over half a dozen rehearsals.
Though their skit was about ten minute-long, they used the stage for about an hour and a half." Fortunately for them, help came before the two began their seventh rehearsal.
"Mohammed bhai, one of the Morani brothers who were organising the show, went up to Shah Rukh to request him if he could allow Shahid and Ranbir to rehearse on the stage. That's when SRK realised that they had taken considerable time and left," says our source.
Interestingly, Priyanka didn't even bother to greet Shahid at the venue at all. She is said to have ignored him.
If the bonding between Don and his junglee billi was expected, not many anticipated that two young Kapoors would get along so well instantly. Sensing that Ranbir Kapoor was nervous as he had never danced on stage before, Shahid went up to him to make him feel at ease.
"Having trained under Shaimak Davar, Shahid is very familiar with performing on stage. More so because he has also performed many times since he became an actor. On the other hand, while Ranbir has hosted award shows, he hasn't performed on stage. So he was a bit nervous," recalls our source.
Shahid requested Morani to let Ranbir and Katrina rehearse on one side of the stage while he practised his moves on the other side. Our informer elaborates, "Since he felt that Ranbir could do with more time to rehearse his performance, Shahid decided to let him also practise his moves on the stage at the same time."