Ranveer spotted buying handbags for Deepika as she is busy with Chhapaak promotions; Watch

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Ranveer Singh is keeping himself busy as spouse and entertainer Deepika Padukone stays occupied with promotions of her upcoming film Chhapaak. A video of Ranveer seeking for a women’s bag at a showroom in a Mumbai shopping center has seemed on the web.

Ranveer went window shopping on Sunday alongside sister Ritika and was seen searching for bags. The video shows him wearing a white tee and a red fedora cap as he searches for the correct one. He is likewise observed taking recommendations from Ritika who is seen going with him in dark casuals and a red handbag. The two were even greeted by a few spectators and Ranveer even waved to them until he was escorted to a shop.

Ranveer’s fans had interesting responses to the entertainer’s most recent trip. A fan stated, “Baabaaaa the best.” Another stated, “I was there, all group was so insane and eager to see them.” One more user got some information about his significant other, “Would he say he is purchasing something that is for Deepika?”

Then, Deepika posted a couple of photos of her most recent visits for Chhapaak promotions. She shared pictures of herself glancing beautifully in a brilliant sari with her hair freely tied in a bun. She complimented her look with huge bright studs and a few bangles to complete her look.

The on-screen character as of recently shared a compelling video titled Muh Dikhai 2.0 that additionally indicated a look from sets off camera. The video has four unfortunate casualty survivors who are performing before the camera and have unmistakably become a motivation for the on-screen character.

Discussing these resilient women, Deepika says, “What motivates me is their soul, they decided not to be an unfortunate casualty, they have decided to be successful.” She further said that working with them was fun, enthusiastic and for the most part a declaration of how special they were.

Published by Ishan Soni on 30 Dec 2019

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