Deepika Padukone Is Angry With Shah Rukh Khan And The Reason Behind It Will Crack You Up

Deepika Padukone seems to be upset with her Om Shanti Om co-star Shah Rukh Khan, as she took to her Twitter account to share her concern on the same!

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Deepika Padukone Is Angry With Shah Rukh Khan And The Reason Behind It Will Crack You Up
After Kajol, if there’s any other actress who’s pairing with superstar Shah Rukh Khan is widely loved by fans, it has to be Deepika Padukone. The two have worked alongside each other in a couple of blockbuster films. In fact, Deepika made her big Bollywood debut opposite with Om Shanti Om, the two then collaborated for films like Chennai Express and Happy New Year. However, now, it looks like King Khan has done something that made Dippy a little upset and we exactly know what, read on.

It all started after the Zero actor took to his Twitter account and shared his selfie that he clicked after cleaning his library. Well, SRK looked charming as ever, but that wasn’t Deepika’s concern at the moment as she wanted to share her complain. The actress quoted tweeted Shah Rukh Khan’s tweet and reminded him that he was supposed to call her. And, she sounded like Meenama from Chennai Express. “Hello! You were supposed to call me!" wrote Deepika. LOL!

Check it out below:

Though Shah Rukh Khan is yet to reply, we hope he calls up the actress soonest!

Meanwhile, the Padmaavat actress seems to quite active on her social media pages these days, not that we are complaining. Yesterday night, Dippy took to her Instagram and shared a couple of remarks given by her school teacher. She was labelled as a ‘talkative’, ‘daydreamer’ and someone ‘who must learn to follow instructions’. Unbelievable, isn’t it?

Here, take a look:

On the work front, Deepika Padukone will be next seen in Chhapaak and 83, SRK, on the other hand, is yet to announce his upcoming film.

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