Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone’s alleged love

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Padmavati stars, Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone reaffirmed their love for each other when both had a lovely exchange of comments on a photo of Ranveer Kapoor. 


Red, red wine, stay close to me @gqindia #GQIndia #November2017 #RedHot

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Deepika expressed her deep admiration by commenting “uff” on his picture clicked for a cover of a magazine. He expressed his love back to the lady, by posting kisses in reply. To which Deepika too responded with a kiss emoticon.

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According to Ranveer, Deepika is a support for him in which he can confide.

Recently, news about a crack in their relationship surfaced on the internet. But now Fans of Deepika and Ranveer Kapoor are happy with the news.

Deepika and Ranveer are featuring together alongside Shahid Kapoor in the upcoming movie, “Padmavati” helmed by finest director Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

The couple recently partied along with their friends from Bollywood industry. Padukone hosted the party at her home.

The party was held to celebrate the fantastic response given to ‘Padmavati’s’ trailer. Ranveer Singh attended the party and the couple seemed to have a good time with each other.

Read more: Padmavati leave audiences breathless in short preview

Manish Malhotra also posted a selfie on his Instagram account with an on-again-off-again couple of the B-Town. He said Thank you for giving a chilled party.

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