Priyanka Chopra, Kareena Kapoor kiss and patch-up

Priyanka Chopra and Kareena Kapoor end their long standing cold war and came together for a noble cause. Both Kareena and Priyanka support UNICEF and they will be sharing screen space for a social cause. Piyanka who is the national ambassador for promoting child rights approached Kareena who also supports UNICEF children’s education for a small promotional video which the Begum obliged.

A source informs, "PC and Bebo have been bonding ever since reports surfaced that the two actresses ignored each other at an international awards event earlier this year. It was PC who reached out to Kareena asking her to feature in a documentary film on the girl child and women's education. Kareena who is right now advocating the right to secondary education for all children, especially girls and women, agreed immediately. And it's for a good cause so she's doing it for free. It's a surprise given their past history, but it proves that these actresses have not only mellowed but matured a lot and are willing to put aside their differences for a good cause. Right now, the modalities and dates are being worked out. A couple of more actresses may be approached as well."

Kareena confirms, "Priyanka recently did call me for something she's doing and asked me to be a part of it. I will do it, of course. But I don't want to talk about it right now."

She insists, "There can never be a problem with Priyanka. I really respect and like her a lot as a person and an actress. I am very fond of her. There can never be any issue with her. We are colleagues and actors and we respect each other. I know she respects me. I wouldn't want dig too much into this and say we are fighting. It's not mellowing down but evolving and the idea is to keep evolving. That's the fun of life and what I want to keep doing that."

Kareena has patched up with Deepika Padukone, too. "There was never a war for us to patch up! I meet Deepika regularly at our Bandra gym as we workout with the same trainer Yasmin Karachiwala. We are very normal and cordial. She's my husband's co-star and colleague. Why should there be a problem? These are all media-made issues. Media has created a problem with me and other actresses for the last 10 years. They have pitted me against everybody. I think that is great and I consider it a compliment."