Deepika Padukone’s game night with in – law just got competitive.
Deepika Padukone’s game night with in – law just got competitive says the actress in her latest Instagram post. The actress shared a picture of the game night with Singh’s family on Thursday. Taboo is a game in which a person must get his/her teammates to guess the word being described, but without mentioning any of the ‘taboo’ words.
Sharing the photo she wrote, TPL-Taboo Premiere League. With everyone bringing their A-Game to the TaBoo Table I must say it is getting extremely competitive! 💪🏽@ranveersingh @riticulousness @anjubhavnani #jugjeetsinghbhavnani” tagging her mother in law, father in law and her sister in law
Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone are currently at their Mumbai home, quarantining themselves due to the COVID – 19 pandemic. The couple however keeps giving their fans a sneak peak into their life giving us some major couple goals. Recently Ranveer Singh uploaded a ‘Take Me Back’ photo where he was seen at the beach and expressing his love for sofa in he caption, the wife was quick to respond on his post asking him to ‘Explain’ his picture.
During a live session with football player Sunil Chhetri, Ranveer gave some insightful tips on how to impress a girl or rather how he impressed his Mastani. “All the young gentlemen who have tuned in to this live chat, yeh hota hai patana (this is how you impress a girl). I knew she loved flowers. Six months into dating I knew she was the one, and I wanted her to be mine for life. I was very diligent about courting her, and I would make ridiculously compressed trips to go and meet her when she was shooting somewhere else,” mentioned the actor.
On the work front, Ranveer Singh was last seen in Gully Boy, while Deepika Padukone was seen in Chhapaak. Both them will be seen playing reel-life husband and wife Kapil and Romi Dev in Kabir Khan’s 83’. The film was scheduled to hit the theatres in April but has been pushed to Christmas 2020 on account of the Covid-19 pandemic that has forced theatres across India to remain closed.