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Ranveer Singh's drama at Ahana Deol's wedding

Ranveer Singh allegedly beat up a lensman at Ahana Deol’s party

If sources are to be believed, Ahana Deol’s wedding after-party witnessed more than its share of action on Sunday night. A source says that when a photographer captured an intimate moment between lovebirds Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, the latter lost his cool.

Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone. Pic/Satyajit Desai
Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone. Pic/Satyajit Desai

“Both Deepika and Ranveer were in high spirits and were walking about with their hands clasped together. A photographer then clicked photographs of the two of them and this upset Ranveer,” says the source.

Those present at the party say that the actor trailed Deepika wherever she went. The source adds, “They were enjoying each other’s company but as soon as Ranveer saw the photographer click their pictures, he chased after him and manhandled him. He then took his camera and deleted the pictures before returning the camera to him. Soon after, the couple left the party.”

The actor’s spokesperson denies that Ranveer manhandled the photographer. The spokesperson says, “At the aforementioned private function, the person in question was surreptitiously clicking pictures of Ranveer from behind the DJ console without his consent. After letting this pass for a considerably long time, Ranveer started feeling uncomfortable because of this man's persistent and unwarranted intrusion. He then went up to the man and requested him to delete the pictures. At no point did he assault the person, that is a flagrant exaggeration of the incident.”

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3 Comments

  • sameer06-Feb-2014

    why deepika? why do you have entertain a guy like ranveer....?

  • gabbar06-Feb-2014

    Kyun Sameer... tu kya chahata hai Deepika Tujhe entertain kare? kya kharaabi hai ranveer mein?

  • Nancy06-Feb-2014

    Beat up? Nonsense. Ranveer Singh is a fabulous guy. This is mischievous journalism.

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