Wednesday, January 30, 2013 13:33 IST
All those rumours about Deepika Padukone's growing fondness for Ranveer Singh can be put to rest. She has taken off for Kashmir to shoot a song with Ranbir Kapoor for Ayan Mukerjee's Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani
while Ranveer Singh, her Gujarati Romeo in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Ram Leela is shooting all alone in Jodhpur.
Says a source, `Ayan has finished his entire shooting. Apart from a promotional song which he will shoot in April, only this song in Kashmir remained.
It's meant to be a part of a sequence where Deepika
and Ranbir and their friends take a pleasure trip into the Himalayas. It is meant to be a fun outing, like those extended picnics in the 1960s' films directed by Nasir Hussain. `
Ayan wanted to shoot it in the winter snow of Kashmir. Deepika therefore took a week off after the release of Race 2 to head to Kashmir which is where she is right now while Ranveer Singh waits for her to join him in
Says a source from Jodhpur, `While Deepika finishes her shooting with Ranbir in Kashmir, Sanjay Leela Bhansali is shooting solo scenes with Ranveer in Jodhpur. Deepika will fly straight from Kashmir to Rajasthan. `
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