Arjun, Dino, Armaan practise hard without Ranbir
Bollywood stars Arjun Kapoor, Dino Morea and Armaan Jain spent their Monday evening practicing for an upcoming charity football match. Photo: Viral Bhayani
Businessman Raj Kundra joined the three stars for the hardcore practise session.
For Monday’s match the boys brought along a referee to supervise the players.
The stars, who are currently on a break post their work schedules, spent the evening sweating it out on the field.
One person visibly absent during the playoffs was actor and team mate Ranbir Kapoor.
The actor is currently in the centre of break-up rumours, which suggest that he has ended his 5-year relationship with ladylove Katirna Kaif.
While we have seen Kat at several events and public meets promoting ‘Fitoor’, Ranbir has been shying away from the limelight.
If reports are to be believed, the actor has moved out of his lovenest and moved into his new apartment with his parents.
This news came as a shock after the two lovebirds put up a united front at Anil Kapoor’s Diwali bash and the Kapoors’ Christmas lunch.
Ranbir and Katrina’s split has reportedly affected their upcoming movie ‘Jagga Jasoos’.
The actor, who is currently working on the film, will wrap things up before he heads back to the sets of Karan Johar’s ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’.
Ranbir’s cousin Armaan Jain, who is an AD on the ‘ADHM’ sets, will also join him.
While Ranbir battles with his personal problems, his team members have decided to carry on without him.
Arjun, who is getting ready for the release of ‘Ki and Ka’, has been spending his free time partying with pals, before he begins his film promotions.
Arjun will also be seen hosting the hit reality show ‘Fear Factor India’, that wrapped up shooting in December.
'Ki and Ka' also stars Kareena Kapoor Khan and has been directed by R Balki.
The film follows the story of a young, married couple whose relationship challenges the gender roles placed on men and women in Indian society
The Bollywood stars play for a team called 'Playing For Humanity'.
The proceedings from their matches are handed over to NGO's and charitable organisations in the city.