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A perfect marriage is full of ups and downs, adventures and lots of learning through the process. It is a bond that requires understanding each other and is full of memories of the person you love. From celebrating little victories, remembering small events to planning surprises, a marriage requires two people who are ready to fight with the world for one another. Finding a true partner is one of the best blessings in life, but marrying the same person is one of the greatest blessings. And who better to vouch on the same than Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh. (Recommended Read: Kareena Kapoor Khan And Kajol Talk About How They Are Bringing Up Their Sons, Yug And Taimur)
Ranveer Singh has already won millions of hearts and the title of ‘husband of the millennial’ through his sweet and lovely gestures for his beloved wife, Deepika Padukone. When Ranveer had met Deepika for the first time, she was already an established star and he was struggling to make his name in the industry. But this difference has never bothered Ranveer and he fell head-over-heels in love with Deepika and the two made for a lovely couple. From their on-chemistry to their off-screen romance, Deepika and Ranveer have become the epitome of a perfect couple. The duo had initially kept their relationship a secret and it was only through their wedding card that they officially accepted their relationship.
Deepika Padukone is riding high not only professionally but personally also. In an interaction with Pinkvilla, Deepika spoke about how her life has been with Ranveer and what is the one advice that her parents and in-laws give them. Talking about the advice, Deepika revealed, “It's fun. Marriage is a lot of fun, at least for now. When I say this to his parents or my parents, they say, 'Wait for 35 years, you will know'. Maybe we will figure out 35 years later what it will be like then. We don't want to assume that it's going to be a certain way. For now, it's great and fun."
Deepika Padukone, during the same interview also talked about whether she and Ranveer ever fight over anything. Deepika said, “No, we don't fight at all. We are just grateful to spend whatever little time we get to spend with each other. We both respect each other for who we are, and what we are. I understand the way he functions and he understands me. Our ways of functioning are very different. I'm a morning person, I wake up early. I am very sort of disciplined but his routine is very different. But we have found our way around that." (Suggested Read: 'Chhapak' Star, Vikrant Massey All Set To Tie The Knot With Ladylove, Sheetal Thakur In 2020)
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh had tied the knot on November 14-15, 2018 in Italy as per Konkani and Punjabi-Sindhi rituals. In an interview with the Filmfare magazine, Deepika had talked how her equation with Ranveer’s family and had said, “It’s interesting. For his father I’m like a daughter. But for his mom, I’m like a friend, a beti also. I can tell her my deepest darkest secrets. It’s stupid to explain because I can’t even put it into words. There’s nothing that I have to keep from them. They are like my parents now, they are my family. Uncle is emotional, he breaks down easily. Mum’s an absolute chiller. Like she will party with the youngsters till eight in the morning."
In an interview with the Filmfare, Deepika Padukone had talked about the magical moment when Ranveer Singh had held her hand on their wedding. She was quoted as saying, “The way Ranveer held my hand on the day we got married, November 14 was different from the way he used to hold it earlier. Or maybe it was just a switch in my head. There’s a sense of responsibility, which I can’t explain. Now everything we do is ‘us’. Not to say that in marriage you should forget your individuality and independence. But it’s also nice to know that today I share a home with someone. Even if he’s busy promoting his film, he comes back late at night. Even if he walks in at 4 am, he’s coming home.”
Deepika had added further, “When you’re in a relationship it’s different. We didn’t want to live together and then see if we wanted to marry each other or not. We’re both traditional in that sense. Of course, as boyfriend and girlfriend you stay over, you go for holidays together but we used to come back and go to our own homes. We were clear that we’d start living together after marriage and figure life as we go along. Or else where’s the beauty in the discovery? So now we’re figuring things out. Like I’m figuring out his routine. I call him in the evening to check how his day is going and what time he’s coming home, what he will have for dinner." (Must Read: Hardik Pandya's Father Himanshu Said They Were Left Surprised With Their Son And Natasa's Engagement)
Here's wishing Deepika Padukone, all the very best for her future endeavors!
November 14-15, 2018, was the day when we were eagerly waiting for one glimpse of the then-newly wedded couple, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh. And during the mid-night, our wish had gotten fulfilled and we were flooded with their dreamy wedding pictures from the backdrops of Lake Como, Italy. DeepikaRead More