Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone resonate couple goals whenever they step out together. Recently, Deepika has been roped in Ranveer’s next film, ’83, the biopic of Kapil Dev, to play the wife of Ranveer in the film. Both of them are really taking the world by storm with their success on all fronts.
Ranveer for example, was in England, for the India-Pakistan game in the World Cup 2019. The actor posted various pictures with players from team India and was also seen having a laugh with some former cricketers. He shared many pictures from the occasion on his Instagram account but to be honest, it was his commentary during the Indo-Pak game that won fans’ hearts.
Star Sports made a great move by inviting Ranveer to call the game and he took the excitement of the game to another level.
“Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, welcome to cricket’s biggest stage. The World Cup and the biggest cricket match — India vs Pakistan, doesn’t get bigger than this!” he started. Matching the spirit of a true commentator, Ranveer continued, “Ladies and gentlemen, I can assure you, the atmosphere here is absolutely electric, fans are streaming in, the players have come out to warm up and it’s gonna get crazy in not very long from now.”
“It’s going to be an amazing match; let’s hope for some amazing cricket, I am sure we’re gonna get some crowd-pleasing moments and an unforgettable match in Manchester, here’s Ranveer Singh until next time!” Ranveer signed off. Meanwhile his wife, Deepika was winning hearts across the Atlantic at the Youth Anxiety Center event, in New York.
The actress has always been very vocal about her mental illness and troubles from the past, but it was a great gesture from her side to come out and stand up for those suffering from depression.
Dressed in black coat and bell bottoms, the actor had the head turned with her formal avatar. The ‘Piku’ actor completed her look with minimal makeup and a small leather handbag which added more charm to her gorgeous look. DeePee will next be seen in ‘Chhapaak’ and also with Ranveer in ’83.