ISS PYAR KO KYA NAAM DOON 3: COLD WAR between Barun Sobti and Ritu Shivpuri
Reel life rivalry of Barun Sobti and Ritu Shivpuri turns real
'Iss Pyar Ko Kya Naam Doon 3' has gained good number on the TRP chart too but it will be very early to say anything about the show. This time, Gul Khan has got Shivani Tomar as the lead actress. Apart from her, 90’s Bollywood actress Ritu Shivpuri is also playing prominent role in the serial.
But there is strong buzz of rivalry between the two main stars of the show. The gossip mills are abuzz that lead actor Barun Sobti and Ritu Shivpuri seem to have a cold war.
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According to news in Spotboye.com, “When the camera stops rolling, Barun and Ritu continue their banter. The game of one-upmanship is getting worse by the day according to a source on the sets of the show.Everyone on the set has noticed the animosity between Barun and Ritu but because both are respected names, the gossip has not spread.”
Although when the portal contacted Ritu, she refuted the rumour and said, “We have a fab team and we have a fab time,I adore him. Barun has a great work ethic.”
On the other hand, Producer of the show Gul Khan also denied the reports while talking to India Forums.
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