Katrina to team up with ex-flame Ranbir

Of late, rumor mills are working overtime that the sexy siren Katrina Kaif has agreed to team up with her ex-flame and B-town Casanova Ranbir Kapoor for Ayaan Mukherjee’s next.
Apparently, when Kat was approached for the film earlier, she wasn’t very keen to share screen space with her ex-boyfriend Ranbir.
However, now the actress has agreed to do the film, as she has moved on in her personal life and wishes to concentrate only on her career right now.
Moreover, Ayaan Mukherjee, who will be directing the film, is a very good friend of hers and so, she has another good reason for agreeing to pair opposite Ranbir.
A source close to the actress said, "Katrina has consented to star in the fim. However, she is yet to sign the dotted line. It has been a long time now. Katrina has put her relationship with Ranbir behind her. She is ready to move on.”
"Katrina is totally focused on work now. She is back to being her usual happy and chirpy self. Life doesn't stop due to breakups. Why shouldn't she work with Ranbir?" further added the source.
Ayaan was keen to rope in Katrina for his next
Scuttlebutt has it that the ‘Wake Up Sid’ fame director Ayaan Mukherjee, who is a good friend of both, Ranbir and Katrina, even after knowing that the star couple has parted ways, was keen to rope in the actress for his next starring RK junior.
"In fact, Ayaan who is very good friends with Katrina and Ranbir waited for Katrina to decide on his film. He was very keen that no one else but Katrina should do the role," a source told TOI.
Helmed by Ayaan Mukherjee, the film will be directed by the eminent Bollywood director Karan Johar.
Deepika and Anushka were also considered for the role
Formerly, when Katrina had refused to romance Ranbir in Ayaan’s imminent flick, rumors were afloat that Deepika Padukone and Anushka Sharma were being considered for the role.
However, now when reports are trickling in that Katrina has given her consent to work with Ranbir, Deepika and Anushka can give their dates to other directors.

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