Bollywood sensation Ranveer Singh on Monday paused for a minute to praise his father-in-law, badminton legend Prakash Padukone, who re-defined the game of badminton by turning into the first one of this nation to win the popular All England Open 40 years ago.
Our Gully Boy also shared a couple of pictures of father-in-law Prakash Padukone from the title. At 24 years old, Prakash Padukone had won by outperforming two-time defending champion Liem Swie King of Indonesia 15-3, 15-10 at Wembley Stadium on March 23, 1980. Have a look at the post below:
Apart from this, daughter Deepika also wrote an adorable and emotional note for father Prakash Padukone and called his commitment to the game “immeasurable”.
Your contribution to Badminton and Indian Sport is immeasurable!
Thank You for your inspiring display of dedication,discipline,determination and years of hard work!
They don’t make you like you anymore…
We love you and are proud of you!
Thank You for being you!❤️ https://t.co/GjMV7lpd59
— Deepika Padukone (@deepikapadukone) March 23, 2020
As of now, Ranveer and Deepika are in self-isolation because of the ongoing emergency. When a fan asked Ranveer his plans about the lockdown, he replied to the fan, “Eating, dozing, working out”. After that, he also shared a pic of wifey Deepika playing the piano.
On Sunday, Ranveer and Deepika also supported Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s initiative of Janta Curfew. The two stars were seen praising all the people who are working selflessly to serve other people of the country. Both clapped for all the superheroes of the nation on the day of Janta Curfew.