Today is the birthday of “Deepika Padukone’s husband”! Yes, that’s how Ranveer Singh recently introduced himself to a packed audience at an event in the US, with his ladylove beaming by his side. He is enamoured of her, and we can’t get enough of the power couple. The duo came closer on the sets of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Ram Leela and ever since, Ranveer has been eloquent in expressing his love for Deepika. The couple were last seen together in Kabir Khan’s 83, where he played Kapil Dev and she, his wife Romi.
Here’s a flashback of Ranveer’s social media posts for Deepika:
The Gully Boy actor has never shied away from romance and his pictures stand proof. Ranveer posted stunning throwback photos of their Lake Como wedding on their second wedding anniversary and captioned, ‘Souls eternally intertwined’, wishing his ‘gudiya’ a very happy second anniversary.
Ranveer always gives an ideal husband vibe. Here we see the Bajirao Mastani actor embracing birthday girl Deepika and planting a kiss on her cheek. The caption read, ‘Biwi No.1’. The birthday post was loved by fans and co-actors who wished the couple well.
Ranveer, too, gets a lot of love from his gorgeous partner. Here, Deepika shows her lovey-dovey side in the cutest way possible. The second boomerang is even more adorable as Deepika pecks a blushing Ranveer on the cheek. Caption read: ‘Pac-Man eats the Dot!’
Celebrating their third anniversary in Dehradun, Ranveer posted a few snaps of him holidaying with Deepika in the idyllic hills. The candid shots gave us an insight into the couple’s vacation. The picture of the forehead kiss gave us absolute couple goals.
Who needs a hype-man when you have Ranveer as your husband? The actor shared a video of him and Deepika vibing to the Beqaaboo song from Gehraiyaan. The lovey-dovey couple can be seen dancing to the track in the car. Safe to say, the vibes are immaculate.
Ranveer’s loving post for Deepika’s Gehraiyaan made our hearts skip a beat. The Band Baaja Baaraat actor praised his wife’s performance describing it as ‘tour de force, transcendent, superlative and sublime’.