Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone./ Image: Instagram
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer’s love story and their wedding is one of the most talked about and dreamy affairs of this season. The couple tied the knot in November and left for their honeymoon only a few days ago. Deepika shared a bunch of pictures from their honeymoon which included photos of pillows, plants and decorations for her 30 million followers on the app on Wednesday but the photos were soon hijacked by her husband Ranveer Singh with his sweet and romantic comments.On one of the pictures, Ranveer wrote, “Ya New Year resolution: loads of snuggling”.
He also added a pink heart emoji. He even called Deepika, “My infinite sky,” on a picture of the blue sky and lush green plants.
Aww! Isn’t it cute?
Ranveer and Deepika’s extravagant wedding took place on November 14 and 15 at Lake Como in Italy. It was followed by three wedding receptions for their extended family, friends, and colleagues from the film industry.
Recently, Deepika in an interview with Filmfare revealed the first time she thought of marrying Ranveer. "I thought of marrying him [Ranveer] after Padmaavat. We knew it was going to happen, it was just a matter of time. When the film released, it just felt correct. He was, of course, ready but had already committed to a few projects. He wasn't sure if he'd be able to take out the time. But he made it work," said Deepika.
Deepika and Ranveer’s romance blossomed on the sets of Galiyon Ki Rasleela – Ram Leela (2012). After dating for six years, the couple took a plunge. Interestingly, when Deepika first met Ranveer, she didn’t want to commit to him. Despite feeling a strong connection with Ranveer, Deepika told him that she wants an open relationship with him. However, she fell in love with him, and the rest is history.
On the work front, Ranveer is currently riding high on success with his latest release, Simmba. The cop drama has become his biggest opener and has earned Rs 44.05 crore in two days. On the other hand, Deepika will soon start shooting for Meghna Gulzar's Chhapaak, which is based on the life of acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal.