Deepika Padukone's Confession on Ranveer Singh's Post Leaves Fans Lovestruck, Watch Video


Starting the year with blockbuster "Padmaavat", the actors tied the knot in November last year. The two continue to steal our hearts.

Coming to Ranveer and Deepika, the couple got married at the picturesque locale of Lake Como, Italy in a private wedding ceremony.

Deepika looked drop-dead gorgeous as she donned a crisp white shirt, with a dab of red lip colour and hair swept back in her signature bun, revealing the pair of pearl earrings. With her stunning photos on Instagram, Deepika gave a ideal weekend surprise to her over 30.8 million followers who were eagerly waiting for yet another sizzling post. With a glass of champagne in her hand and a smile that is seen reaching her eyes, Deepika, in all energy, can be heard singing the lyrics "Ae aaya police" from Simmba's song Aala Re Aala. Ranveer captioned the post, "My Cheerleader @deepikapadukone", and added a few lovey dovey emojis.

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Deepika and Ranveer never shy away from expressing their love for each other. Deepika wrote: "You are unstoppable", along with a fire emoticon and added,"I love you and I'm so proud of you!" It makes us think Ranveer is the one who shot the video. "Baby, I love you, pichhle 6 saal main maine kuch bhi achieve kiya hai, kyunki aap ne mujhe grounded rakha, centered rakha, thank you for everything and I love you", said Ranveer.

Ranveer replied with the most adorable comment. Uff, it's getting totally mushy and cute on DeepVeer's Insta!

Released on December 28th, 2018, Simmba has crossed Rs. 200 crores in just 12 days, and it is the biggest solo hit of Ranveer's career so far. Ranveer awaits the release of Zoya Akhtar's Gully Boy and has '83 in the pipeline. The film will be directed by Meghna Gulzar and also features Vikrant Massey and is based on acid-attack survivor Laxmi Aggarwal.