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Nov 01, 2011 at 01:54pm IST

Shah Rukh Khan made Lady Gaga wait?

New Delhi: Shah Rukh Khan is known for his latecoming and, if sources are to be believed, the actor didn't spare even pop star Lady Gaga. However, she seems to have had no hard feelings over SRK's delayed arrival for a meeting.

Shah Rukh is said to have reached over an hour late to shoot an exclusive chat show with Gaga in the capital Sunday. The chat show was recorded to be telecast on UTV Bindass in November.

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Of the six segments that were scheduled to be shot for the show, only four could be shot due to the resulting time constraint, a source told IANS.

Shah Rukh Khan made Lady Gaga wait?

Shah Rukh Khan is known for his latecoming and, if sources are to be believed, the actor didn't spare even Lady Gaga.

Gaga shot for the four segments and left for the rehearsals of her performance for the F1 after-party Sunday night.

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But she didn't seem to have minded the delay at all. Instead, she gifted Shah Rukh her personal shades for his 11-year-old daughter Suhana.

SRK and Gaga had a nice time chatting with each other about life and career for the show, and even partied together later at night.

ALSO SEE Lady Gaga gifts Shah Rukh's daughter her shades

As far as Shah Rukh's late coming is concerned, he made an appearance on the red carpet of F1 after-party Sunday night after making mediapersons wait for over four hours.

Kareena is a great girl, Preity tells Saif

Actress Preity Zinta showered praises on Kareena Kapoor when she met the latter's actor beau, Saif Ali Khan, on her chat show.

"I remember meeting her (Kareena) recently and I was surprised. I told her that she is so funny and she kept me hooked on. Must say she's a great girl," Preity told Saif on UTV Stars' "Up Close and Personal with PZ".

The show will be on air Saturday.

Kunal Kohli roots for more sports events

Filmmaker Kunal Kohli hopes that after the successful inaugural Indian Grand Prix, more sports can make a mark in the country.

"Now that we're on the F1 map, let's get tennis and football and ensure we have every major sporting activity in India and not just cricket," tweeted Kohli.