‘Comedy Nights With Kapil’: Zoya Afroz Slapped Miss India Sonali Raut on Show?
By Ankita Mehta | May 6, 2014 5:27 PM EST
Former beauty queens Sonali Raut and Zoya Afroz have proved that two actresses can never be good friends. Raut and Afroz, who are making their Bollywood debut with "The Xpose", are reportedly not on good terms.
The actresses recently had a fight when they came to popular comedy show "Comedy Nights With Kapil" for the promotion of their film.
Previously, the actresses had turned the situation ugly when they had to shoot for a catfight sequence in the film along with Himesh Reshammiya and Yo Yo Honey Singh. But later Raut and Afroz were pacified by the cast and crew.
The problem was aggravated when Raut and Afroz came face-to-face on the sets of "Comedy Nights With Kapil".
"Sonali confronted Zoya in the make-up van and reminded her about their earlier tiff. She also asked her to behave well, saying she would otherwise hit Zoya," The Times of India quoted a source as saying.
Following the argument, Afroz got angry and slapped the former Miss India Raut.
"Himesh immediately intervened and brokered peace, but the two girls hate the sight of each other," the source added.
When asked about the fight, Raut told TOI, "I'm not scared of anyone."
Catfight in Bollywood is not a rare issue. Actresses including Deepika Padukone, Priyanka Chopra, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sonam Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, Bipasha Basu and others have been in news for their alleged fights.
Actresses Sonam and Kangana Ranaut are the latest celebs who made it to the headlines for their alleged fights.
During the chat show "Koffee With Karan" season 4 Sonam said that "if you are not good-looking, they think you are a good actor". The comment didn't go down well with Ranaut.
"Sonam has said that people who act well are ugly, I have heard. So, do I get the crown of the ugliest person? Because after watching Queen, people have been telling me that I act really well. So according to Sonam, I am the ugliest actor in Bollywood today. And well, I accept that with all the gratitude and humbleness," Ranaut told DNA newspaper.
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