Ranveer Singh Posts a Throwback Picture From His Childhood While His Wife Deepika Padukone Stuns in Dior
Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone are the power couple who got married in November 2018. They are both successful Hindi film actors in their own right
Ranveer Singh is one of the most successful actors in the Hindi Cinema. While his strong acting skills and versatility set her apart from the rest of the actors, Ranveer Sigh is also known for his candid personality and quirky dress sense. Married to Deepika Padukone who is one of the most graceful actresses in terms of her style statements, they both certainly make a couple that is each other’s strength. Recently Deepika Padukone’s photoshoot where she wore a glamorous Dior gown rocked the internet. She gave Om Shanti Om vibes in the soft makeup and old Hollywood style dress in black.
While Deepika Padukone exuded every bit of old-world glam, husband Ranveer Singh also tried to bring a glimpse from his real-life old world. Yes, Ranveer Singh posted a picture from his childhood where he could be seen channeling his inner monster out making face for the camera. Little Ranveer Singh could also be seen sporting faux canines and expressions that kept him very much in the character. It seems Ranveer Singh was a natural actor since his childhood.
Ranveer Singh also posted a picture of Nutella jars with his name written over them. He is an avid Nutella fan and often tries the hazelnut chocolate spread on his cheat days.
Things have been great for Ranveer Singh on the work-front. He was awarded the honor for Best Actor for his film Padmaavat by IIFA 2019. Not only this, Ranveer Singh’s film Gully Boy has been selected as India’s official entry for the Oscars. Ranveer Singh has recently finished shooting for his film 83’ which is a biopic of the former Indian Cricket Team Captain Kapil Dev. Deepika Padukone will also be seen with him playing the role of Kapil Dev’s wife Romi Bhatia. Ranveer Singh will soon start working for Karan Johar’s period drama film Takht based on the story of the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb and his brother Dara Shikoh.