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Is Gauri doing the right thing?

By Shakuntela(Pinkvilla): Everyone seems to know about the rumor of the ‘dirty affair’ between Shah Rukh Khan and Priyanka Chopra. However, no one can say whether all these rumours are based on facts.

A very interesting thing happened in Bollywood recently. Priyanka Chopra is ignored by certain Bollywood figures. What making’s this interesting is the fact that these figures are closely related to Gauri Khan. We often see Gauri as the suffering star wife, but it looks like she isn’t as suffering and innocent as we thought. Gauri has every right to be angry and there is nothing wrong with that.

Many of us know about the friendship between Gauri Khan and Suzanne Roshan. They just recently became partners in an interior and furnishings business. Apparently Gauri has told the other star wives (this includes director-producer Karan Johar) about her crises during the making of Don 2. Several entertainment websites reported that Hrithik Roshan confirmed that he does not plan to work with Priyanka Chopra after Krissh 2.

So Gauri is telling others to stop their husbands from working with Priyanka? Will ruining Priyanka’s career safe Gauri from a cheating husband? Is she doing the right thing and how come SRK is not getting any blame? Or is this normal in the male dominant Bollywood industry? It seems like Gauri is only attacking PC and wants to save her marriage desperately. I’m not saying she’s doing the wrong thing, but isn’t it unfair when PC is singled out by the industry while SRK is still on cloud 5694?

Published Date: Thursday, April 12th, 2012 | 02:19 AM

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