Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone aren't just phenomenal actors but Bollywood's most adored and favourite couple. From their impeccable chemistry onscreen to pulling each other's leg through hilarious social media banters in real, they just know how to win hearts. Now, as DeepVeer, as they are fondly addressed, clocked a year of togetherness, fans have been waiting with bated breath to learn about a 'good news' from them. While Deepika, in previous interviews, told that Ranveer and she want babies but currently they are too occupied with their careers which would give them lesser time with their little one. Adding to Deepika's statement, Ranveer, during a roundtable interview, said he wants to have babies and spend quality time with them.
Ranveer, during the interview, on being asked about his future plans and an alternate work option, revealed that he hopes to be a director one day as he likes writing. Soon, he gushed about having children with Deepika. "I like writing and I hope to be a director someday. I want to be a DJ. I want to have kids and spend quality time with them. I want to spend lots of time on a beach somewhere," Ranveer told. Well, we hope Deepika is listening!
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Ranveer and Deepika tied the knot in November last year in Italy with close family members in attendance. The wedding took place as per both, Sindhi and Konkani rituals. Upon returning to India, the couple held receptions for those who couldn't be a part of the wedding. Workwise, they will share the screen space for the first time after marriage in Kabir Khan's '83 where Ranveer plays the role of Kapil Dev while Deepika is his wife, Romi Dev. The film is scheduled to release on April 10, 2020.
(Source: Rajeev Masand Actors Roundtable)