Sources say there was no love lost between Sonakshi Sinha and her co-star Juhi Chawla when the two were forced to share a single make-up van.
Bollywood these days is abuzz with stories about how actors and actresses are looking beyond their professional rivalries to forge long-lasting relationships. However, sometimes few stray cases of tu tu-main main crop up on the sets. Something similar to this happened between Sonakshi Sinha and Juhi Chawla too, while they were shooting on the sets of Ashwani Dheer’s upcoming Diwali release.
Our source from the unit says, “It is an age-old saying that two actresses on the same set cannot get along together and that’s what happened in the initial Punjab schedule of the film.” The point of contention between the two actresses apparently stemmed from the lack of enough vanity vans on the sets.
The source elaborates, “The unit was shooting in a small town, which is a few hours away from Patiala. Since the number of vanity vans was not enough for the many actors on the sets, the production requested people to share their vans with each other.”
Juhi and Sonakshi apparently had to share one van and even had to sleep in it. However, soon the tension between the two eased and the actresses got along fine from then onwards. A source from the production confirms the news and says, “Yes, the actresses were unhappy and wanted their own personal vans. But since they had no option, they finally agreed to share vans. Eventually, they got along very well.”
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