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While the pandemic has come as a curse for the entire world, with people losing their close ones and the things that used to be 'normal' becoming a taboo, the lockdown had also brought people closer. The families that used to find it hard to spend time together, owing to their busy schedules were blessed with ample of time in each other’s presence. Most of all, the lockdown had come as a bliss for our favourite celebrities as they had gotten the time to be with their partners and families, which their hectic shooting schedules would not have allowed them otherwise. Now, Deepika Padukone has opened up on how the lockdown had come as a blessing for her and her hubby, Ranveer Singh. (Recommended Read: Dimpy Ganguly Captures Her Daughter, Reanna's Excitement As Her 'Daadu' Surprises Her [Video])
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, who are profoundly called by their fans as 'Deepveer' had gotten married on November 14 and 15, 2018, and since then the couple is often busy travelling and shooting. The halt had given the couple some quality time to spend together and be in each other’s embrace. As the shootings have resumed now, Deepika and Ranveer are now again busy with their work commitments, however, they are grateful for the time they had spent in the lockdown together.
In a conversation with the Hindustan Times, Deepika Padukone talked about her lockdown with her hubby, Ranveer Singh and shared that she feels they were lucky to be locked together. This is the most amount of time Deepika had gotten to spend with her husband, Ranveer in two years of their married life. Deepika shared, "Absolutely. We were certainly not complaining. It (lockdown) has, of course, been a difficult time for a lot of people. And that’s why, the one thing that I absolutely feel, this year, is gratitude. Just to be able to be at home with each other, and being safe is a blessing. Thank God, we didn’t get locked down without each other, which happened to quite a few people. So, what more can we ask for."
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh had celebrated their second anniversary a few days ago and had penned adorable wishes for each other. Sharing two mesmerising pictures with her better-half, Deepika had written, "Two peas in a pod. Happy 2nd Anniversary @ranveersingh. You complete me." Ranveer had also shared the same pictures and had captioned them as "Souls eternally intertwined. Happy second anniversary, meri gudiya, @deepikapadukone." (Also Read: Pregger Anushka Sharma Gets An Intricate Jewelry Gift From Sabyasachi With Her And Virat's Initials)
During the lockdown, in a Hangout interview with the journalist, Rajeev Masand, Deepika Padukone was asked about her daily routine with husband, Ranveer Singh. To which, she had said, “I have to say, he’s the easiest person to live with in this scenario. He’s sleeping for about 20 hours, which really allows me time to do things that I want to do.” She had further added, “For the four hours that he’s awake, we’re either watching a movie, eating, exercising. He’s a real joy to be with at this time. No demands, no hassles, he’s very easy.”
In an interview with The Times of India, Ranveer had shared how he had spent his lockdown with his wife, Deepika Padukone. He had revealed that life had gotten too busy after they had tied the knot, but this sudden break had helped the couple in rediscovering each other. The actor had said, "In a way, this lockdown period has been well-timed for me. I get this time to introspect, to focus on myself. As actors you say you are the player and you are the instrument - this body that we have, this mortal vessel that we have - we are the players and this is our instrument. So, to able to focus on myself, to be able to get time with my wife has been really good. After we got married, it was crazy busy for both of us. So it’s given time to re-discover each other in a different way, bond with each other.” (Don't Miss: Bigg Boss 14: Kavita Kaushik's Husband Talks About Aly Goni's Threatening Behaviour Towards His Wife)
Were you also locked with your partner during the lockdown?