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The love story had started to blossom on the sets of the iconic film, Goliyon Ki Rasleela: Ramleela, though 'Leela' was a little hesitant to give in just yet, 'Ram' was all the way into his immense love and affection for his 'Leela' and never made an attempt to hide his feelings for her! His forthcoming nature and his frivolous attempts to woo her every now and then, had made his 'Leela' fall for him and thus, 'Ram' and 'Leela' had become 'Ramleela'! Do we even need to clarify about whom we're talking? (Recommended Read: Ranveer Singh Misses Holidays With Deepika Padukone As He Shares Unseen Throwback Vacation Pictures)
Recently, in an interview with the Times Of India Ranveer had opened up about the positive side of this lockdown and had said, "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." Scroll down to know how had Ranveer Singh gotten rebuked by his father for spending so much on flowers for his lady love, Deepika Padukone!
In an Instagram live chat with Indian star footballer, Sunil Chhetri, Ranveer Singh had opened up about a hilarious conversation that had taken place between him and his father, back in time when he was trying to impress his lady love, Deepika Padukone. He had revealed that since Deepika loves flowers, especially Lillies, he would spend a lot of money on flowers. He had said, "I was very sure that I wanted to marry this girl in six months of being in a relationship with her. I knew she loves flowers, lilies in particular. I wanted her to be mine for life. I was very diligent in wooing her. So, every time she would come, there would be flowers." He had further added how once his father had asked him about spending so much money on flowers. He had revealed, "I remember my father once turned around and said, ‘do you realise how much money you are spending on flowers?’ and I replied, ‘Laxmi ke avatar me chappar faad ke aayenge (she’ll be an avatar of godess Laxmi and money will rain on us).’ I used to feel that she is way away from my league. So, I did everything during the courting period."
During the same conversation, Ranveer had expressed his gratitude to Deepika's love and support for him in all these years and had said, "She is a great guide for me. She is a pillar for me. She keeps me on track. I probably wouldn’t have achieved what I did if it wasn’t for her. It’s my 10th year and I met her three years into show business and have been with her since then. I think I wouldn’t have been able to cope with the pressures of being a movie star if she wouldn’t have been there. I would have been lost. She worries for me only because she sees I will go to any extent to get the desired result of the character. I can’t say it’s healthy as it takes a toll on you, but when you push yourself to the brink and come out, you evolve and that’s the beauty of the art. However, I am happy to report this to my wife that I have found more effective ways of achieving the results without being harmful to one." (Also Read: Sanjay Kapoor Shares Pictures Of His Son, Jahaan's 15th Birthday Amidst The Lockdown)
Deepika, in a Hangout interview with Rajeev Masand, had opened up about her lockdown days with husband, Ranveer Singh. She had said, "I have to say, he’s the easiest person to live within this scenario. He’s sleeping for about 20 hours, which really allows me time to do things that I want to do. 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." (You May Also Like: Amitabh Bachchan's Endearing Photo With Shweta, Abhishek Bachchan From Sets Of 'Amar Akbar Anthony')
No wonder we all wish for a husband like Ranveer Singh!