I don't think I was invited to Kareena's wedding: Shahid Kapoor

Bollywood actor revealed that former girlfriend Priyanka Chopra invited him to her wedding but not Kareena Kapoor

Entertainment Desk June 12, 2019

Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor has revealed that his rumoured former girlfriend Priyanka Chopra invited him to her wedding with Nick Jonas last year. But his other ex, Bollywood superstar Kareena Kapoor did not.

Shahid was speaking to Neha Dhupia on her chat show BFFs with Vogue when he spilled the beans on all of his former girlfriends, reported Mumbai Mirror“About Kareena, I don’t remember... it was a while ago. I don’t think I was invited,” he apprehensively said during the interview.


When asked to pick the better co-star between Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, Shahid reportedly named Deepika and said, “I guess that’s because she and I needed to connect for our respective characters. I think I shared more with her because of that, than I did with Ranveer.”

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The Kabir Singh star played Deepika’s husband in historical hit Padmaavat while Ranveer essayed the role of the antagonist in the film that proved to be one of the best grossers for all three stars.

He also said he was offered a key role in 2006 hit Rang De Basanti and regrets not doing it. "They wanted me to play the role of Siddharth. I’d cried while reading the script and loved it, but unfortunately, couldn’t make time for it.”


Shahid also expresses his regret over doing the film Shaandaar opposite Alia Bhatt. “Even I was confused when I saw the film.” Directed by Shaad Ali, Shaandaar sank at the box office and also received flak from critics. As for the actor, he is currently awaiting the release of Kabir Singh, a remake of Telugu hit Arjun Reddy that hits theatres on June 15.

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