Deepika Padukone on attempt to bag the role of Gujurati Juliet!

On Wednesday, July 18th, 2012


Deepika conspiring to replace Priyanka in ‘Ram Leela’.

Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Ram Leela has undergone several setbacks due to copious reasons and the recent hullabaloo after Kareena stepped out of the project, made the issue more intense. After Kareena, Bhansali had roped in the popular piggy chops of the B-town, to play the character of the Gujurati Juliet. But, now matter takes an unlike twist! The ‘Cocktail’ actress has made an intrigue and is reportedly bidding to play the lead in ‘Ram Leela’!

Bhansali also is qualmed to change his mind anytime. If it so happens, then this will be third project that Deepika will snatch from Priyanka after Chennai Express and the Ekta kapoor-Karan Johar film. But, we are still in doubt why the babe is so much interested to play the character! Buzz roams around that she is in full endeavor to get foothold in the Bhansali camp and what we guess, her recent shown endowment in ‘Cocktail’ have started forcing Mr. Bhansali to go for a review to finalize the role.

Even we have got the information that Bhansali, who is a man of utter determination, is on track to defrost. Informing about the pursuing developments in the Bhansali camp, a source informs, “Priyanka was all but finalised for Ram Leela. Bhansali and PeeCee were in constant touch though she’s abroad working on her international music album. In fact even her clothes were finalised. And now Deepika has in her petition for the modern day Juliet, even though she was never on Bhansali’s radar.”

However, time will shout who in real will bag the role opposite to Ranveer Singh. But for now, we can best envisage, what feel must the Pigg Chops bearing in her heart for Deepy! Do you envisage the same too friends?  

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