The love story of Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone is nothing short of a fairytale. Similarly, their wedding too was nothing short of perfect. The two tied the knot after six years of dating in an intimate wedding ceremony in Lake Como, Italy and pictures of the wedding went viral on social media. The couple is forever serving relationship goals and they are now celebrating their one-year anniversary. We can’t believe how fast the time has flown and now the couple has headed off to Tirupati and Amritsar for their anniversary festivities.
Deepika Padukone recalled the year gone by and has said that it has been a lot of “fun”. “Before marriage, we kept it very traditional in a way that we didn’t want to live in with each other and discover each other before we got married. I think we are both quite traditional that way. Discovering aspects about each other and, living with each other has been so much fun,” the Piku actress shared in a recent interview.
While the couple celebrated their wedding in a big and elaborate way, they are keeping their first wedding anniversary celebrations rather low key. In terms of their careers and on the work front, the two have had a rather busy year. But they have also ensured that they have made time for each other. “Yes, we have been extremely busy. We have had our hands full with our professional commitments and it will be like this for a while. But despite that, whatever time off we get we spend it with one another and we value that and look forward to it,” she shared.
The couple , who has worked together in films such as Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela, Bajirao Mastani and Padmaavat, have taken the collaboration forward after marriage as well. They are all set to share screen space in Kabir Khan’s sports drama ‘83 in which Ranveer plays cricketer Kapil Dev and Deepika plays his wife, Romi Dev.
So how has it been working together post marriage? “It wasn’t any different from the earlier times. We are both so obsessed with our work that on set, we don’t really think about our personal relationship. All we think about are the character and the nuances of the scenes. When the camera starts rolling, we are actors not husband and wife,” Deepika concluded.