It's no secret that Deepika Padukone and Katrina Kaif share a bit of a feud against one another especially after sharing the same boyfriend. However, now that Ranbir Kapoor is dating his "Jagga Jasoos" co-star, he was recently asked about his currently girlfriend and ex and was put in an awkward position.

Kapoor was apparently asked to compare his ex-girlfriend to his currently beau and that only put him in a bad situation. After recently confirming that he is tying the knot with Kaif by the end of next year, Kapoor found himself in a sticky scenario because of Karan Johar.

In a recent interview, Johar asked Kapoor in a rapid fire round, who he would choose between Padukone and Kaif, in terms of looks and acting. Obviously he went with his current girlfriend in both terms, but felt awkward about answering the question.

However, the embarrassment didn't end there as it became more obvious when he started ranting further about Kaif, which was apparently edited out of the segment because he reportedly made a big fool of himself.

The last time Padukone and Kaif were put to comparison was when the "Happy New Year" actress poked a little fun at Kaif.

During a media interaction, Padukone was at her comedic best last October when a reporter asked her how she manages to do character driven roles as well as glamorous roles in the same manner, the actress asked, "What is just glamour role?"

The reporter gave an example of Kaif's role from "Jab Tak Hain Jaan" to which Padukone gave a witty reply.

"But according to her she has worked very hard no? Then how can you call her a showpiece?" replied Padukone before adding, "I am just trying to say that the hard work and effort is still the same. Being a heroine is not easy, let me tell you that. It looks very glamorous and like a great life but its a lot of hard work."

"Secondly, I don't think I can comment on other people's choice of films or other people's choice of roles. Some things may appeal to me, some things may not. So I can only speak for the films that I have done and I would like to believe that I have largely done film, even my flop films - 'Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey,' 'Break Ke Baad,' and 'Lafangey Parindey,' which were character driven," continued Padukone. "People don't remember them because the film didn't do well. That's why we say the most important thing is for the film to do well. If a film does well, you remember the success and characters. So I have always selected my films like that and I try to do justice to those characters."

This article was originally published on Fashion & Style.