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OMG: Deepika Padukone Is Upset With King Khan, Check Details

It was King Khan who gave Deepika Padukone her debut in Bollywood in the film Om Shanti Om in 2007. Since then it was no looking back for the actress as she has proved her mettle in the film industry with her incredible performance with her charming personality and acting skills. She is among the lady with a killer look come along with the fashion-forward style. She has worked with all the big stars in Bollywood including SRK thrice. First with OSO then Chennai Express, and the last one was Happy New Year.

The two have showcased good on-screen chemistry and besides this, they are good friends and share a special bond, which is often seen on social media. At one of the occasion, the leggy lass has called SRK his good friend in Bollywood showcasing how close they are. But if you check the latest reports, Shah Rukh Khan has upset the lady with his recent tweets on the Microblogging site. He wrote on Twitter that he is cleaning his book shelf that seemed to be shabby and come along with smell and dust.

The post had SRK in black and white to which the leggy lass was quick to respond by asking him to call and reminding him that he was supposed to call the actress. But it seems that SRK was too busy to call the Piku actress in doing things like cleaning his library and forget to give a call to his lady friend. This has made her so upset that she allowed the whole world to know that he forgot calling her. Talking about their work, SRK is on a break since he did Zero with Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif, while Deepika will be seen in 83 as the wife of Ranveer Singh and next in Chhapaak playing the acid attack survivor.

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