Katrina Kaif SLAPS Ranbir Kapoor for saying 'I love you' (watch video)

14 June 2017, 10:43 AM
Katrina Kaif SLAPS Ranbir Kapoor for saying 'I love you'
Katrina Kaif SLAPS Ranbir Kapoor for saying 'I love you'

Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif's love life have always been the centre of attraction for media especially after they parted ways in 2016. While the now ex-couple maintained a stoic stance over their split, Katrina recently gave us a glimpse of her possessive side towards Ranbir.

Katrina, who recently took the social media with a storm with her sensational debut, shared a video of herself along with Ranbir where she is seen slapping the 'Barfi' actor for saying I love you to someone else.

Well, before you jump to any conclusion, let us tell you that it was all in a playful mood.

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In the video, Ranbir Kapoor was seen giving flying kisses to his fans and even said "I love you". But soon Katrina slapped him with a dummy hand leaving RK quite surprised while she herself couldn't control her laughter.

Kat even captioned the video as "Jagga and Jughead" hinting at their upcoming movie 'Jagga Jasoos'.


A post shared by Katrina Kaif (@katrinakaif) on Jun 13, 2017 at 12:09am PDT

Looks like, the Ranbir and Katrina have let the bygones be bygones and have move on positively,

Interestingly, the ex-couple will be seen sharing the screen space after seven years in 'Jagga Jasoos', which is a Anurag Basu directorial. Ranbir-Katrina were last seen in 2010 release 'Rajneeti'.

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Both Ranbir-Katrina are currently busy promiting 'Jagga Jasoos' which will hit the screens on July 14.

Besides, while the Kapoor lad is busy with Sanjay Dutt's upcoming biopic, Katrina will be seen in Salman Khan starrer ' Tiger Zinda Hai'.

First Published: Wednesday, June 14, 2017 06:39 AM
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