Shahid Kapoor and Priyanka Choopra shoot two ads together in Mumbai

After coming back in Mumbai, Shahid Kapoor is trying to complete his two ads shoots before he finalises his recent movie projects. In one of advertisement, he is teamed up with Bollywood top actress, Priyanka Choopra.

Both of them were shooting for Coffe advertisement at Madh Island on Wednesday. In this ad, the duo required to splash water on one another in a garden. Shahid also shoots for pain-brand on the same day.

The couple is also shooting for Kunal Kohli’s untitled movie together and they both decided that they won’t give interview together. During the shoot the two invited the media for an interaction but they declined to give joint interview to the television

The source said, "Priyanka refused the joint interaction. Even after having worked together with Shahid in Kohli’s film, the actress did not want to share space off screen with the actor. This enraged the reporters."

The source informed that when Priyanka was asked about her relationship with Shahid, the actress got very angry and abruptly left the meeting.

Witness added, "Those reporters who could not interview Priyanka could do nothing but go back with only Shahid’s footage because Priyanka refused to pose for pictures later."

Recently, it is also reported that Priyanka’s father Dr Ashok Chopra was hospitalised as he was caught by Dengue Fever. She recently returned to Mumbai after shooting in international music album. The Desi Girl was upset after hearing her father’s health.
However, Shah Rukh Khan and Priyanka will co-host the Zee Cine Award 2012 and this is the first time that the couple will be co-hosting a gala together.

The rumours are also spread all around about Bispasha Basu and Shahid Kapoor’s on-off relationship. However, Source told the media that, Bipasha and Shahid truly like each other and the duo wanted to take step forward but still Shahid is not ready to get
into a matured relationship at this point.

Let’s see how far, Priyanka and Shahid will avoid giving joint interviews.