Alia Bhatt, Katrina Kaif twinning
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Katrina Kaif and Alia Bhatt have always given us #friendship goals when they hit the gym or goof around at various occasions. But this time, the two best friends reveal something they don't like about each other.

Alia and Katrina who shot for Neha Dhupia's show, BFFs with Vogue, has something to say to each other but in the boxing ring! In a fun segment, Neha Dhupia asked them to punch each other, and reveal what they hate about one another. While Alia said, "One thing I find super annoying about Katrina is that she never sticks to plans." To this Katrina said, "She could possibly be a little more generous and pass some of the critics my way rather than taking it all and all the awards."

Watch the video released by Colors Infinity here:

The two divas have shared a thick friendly bond and have always praised each other. In a recent interview, Katrina said, "I feel proud of the work that Alia is doing. Honestly, I don't know others very well. Are there movie roles and maybe a few endorsements that are going to Alia now, for which I would have been the first choice? 100 percent. And is that the way things work or the way things should work? Yes, they should. She is 22 and I am not. You must accept the fact that life is constantly moving. Every day, we are moving forward. I am not 21; does that take away from me? Do I feel threatened by it? Not at all! It's the process of life and we have to embrace a new place now. And I hope there are new and exciting things for me to do. I hope film-makers see this phase or the person that I am today. And I hope they get excited to make spaces for me in my current capacity in their films."

While, Alia when quizzed about Katrina in an earlier interview had said, "There is some deep connection that is established over time like in any good friendship, which I have today with Katrina Kaif — that's one actress with whom I really feel connected. I know we will always be there for each other even if we do not meet frequently."