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Watch Video: Ranveer-Priyanka Cold War Continues Over A Kiss!

Priyanka Chopra and Ranveer Singh might have played lovers in Yash Raj Films Gunday but their equation is not so good and the bitterness continues even on the sets of Zoya Akhtar‘s Dil Dhadakne Do.

The duo are not in talking terms, they share cold vibes and prefer avoiding each other. The tiff between them all started during the promotion of Gunday when Ranveer blew kiss to Priyanka.

Priyanka did not like Ranveer blowing kiss towards her as she being a senior actor and she responded, “I am your senior, so you can’t be blowing kisses to me.”

The two are maintaining a proper distance on the set. It’s only work and no talk for Priyanka and Ranveer.

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‘Mardaani’ role is quite different from my image: Rani

Actress Rani Mukherjee is very excited about Yash Raj Films’ ‘Mardaani’

Would love to be a Yash Raj heroine, says Alia Bhatt

Alia, who made her debut with light hearted film ‘Student of the Year’ also expressed desire to do an action film.

Photos: Chopra bahu Rani Mukerji launches YRF’s store Diva’ni in Mumbai

Rani Mukerji dresses up like a true-blue Yash Raj heroine in red salwar-kameez, sindoor in middle-parting and choodha as she made her first public appearance as Mrs Aditya Chopra at the store launch of Diva’ni.

Aditya Chopra: Dilwala dulhaniya le gaya

Writer, director and producer Aditya Chopra has worn many hats. With major successes under his belt in various roles, Aditya Chopra has helped turn his father Yash Chopra’s production house Yash Raj F…

Shah Rukh Khan’s Happy New Year to be distributed by Yash Raj Films

Happy New Year will release simultaneously all over the world in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

Box Office Prediction: Bewakoofiyaan Has A Potential To Grow Well

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Ayushmann Khurrana and Sonam Kapoor in a still from movie 'Bewakoofiyaan'

As is generally the case with a Yash Raj film, Bewakoofiyaan is the sole notable release of the week. With the film, Sonam Kapoor and Ayushmann Khurrana have seen a good footing for themselves, what with the country’s biggest banner making a film with them, and that too as solo leads. Moreover, Rishi Kapoor’s presence in a pivotal role helps the film too.

It is notable though that the promotion of this Nupur Asthana directed film has been very controlled. In fact it won’t be wrong to say that amongst last so many Yash Raj films, Bewakoofiyaan hasn’t been hyped to the sky. Of course one was not expecting the film to be promoted on the scale of Dhoom 3 or Gunday. One just wonders if this has been a strategic decision on part of the production house.

Ayushmann Khurrana and Sonam Kapoor in a still from movie ‘Bewakoofiyaan’

This means that from the opening perspective, anything in the range of 30%-40% is what is expected on Friday. Post that it would be the word of mouth that would come into play. With no other major competition alongside, the film has a potential to grow well right through the week if backed by good content.

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Ayushmann Promoting Bewakoofiyan With Flashmob !

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The much awaited Yash Raj Films production Bewakoofiyaan is a sure shot huge success. Bewakoofiyaan actor Ayushmann Khurrana is all set to perform a gig with a flashmob in Mumbai on March 7. This is definitely an innovative way of marketing

Yash Raj Apologizes For Bangladesh War Portrayal In Gunday

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Yash Raj’s latest flick Gunday is facing a great menace in the form of outbursts from Bangladeshis as they assume that the film irresponsibly treated the issue of Bangalesh War. Gunday, starring Priyanka Chopra, Arjun Kapoor, Ranveer Singh and Irrfan Khan

Coal as catalyst; GUNDAY’s art of commercial success

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The power of the visual media to enthrall audiences through the cinematic landscape is perhaps one of the reasons why the choice of locations matter phenomenally in making the film a grand success. Yash Raj Films GUNDAY is a living testimony of the maxim which has used Kolkata as the template of success and has woven the story intrinsically around the city to mesmerize the audienceThe breed of directors of the likes of Ali Abbas Zafar seem to have done their home-work well,