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Deppika padukone serious about ranvir singh ,and very protective
Deppika padukone serious about ranveer singh ,and very protective ..
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are one of B-Town's
most-loved couples. If their on-screen chemistry makes many go weak in the
knees, their real-life PDA has got them the tag of Bollywood's adorable jodi.
When many of their contemporaries keep their personal life
under the wraps, Ranveer Singh has been vocal about his love for Deepika. And
off late, Deepika, too, has been openly talking about her equation with Ranveer.
A month after Deepika called Ranveer 'mine', she talked
about Ranveer as an actor, and how she likes to give him an honest feedback
after each of his performances.
This January, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh's Padmaavat
hit the screens. While the two did not share single frame in the film, their
individual performances were lauded by all. If Deepika got a thumbs up from
fans for portraying Rani Padmini in the period drama, critics couldn't stop
raving about Ranveer's Khilji act.
The 32-year-old actress told a magazine that Ranveer killed
it as Khilji in Padmaavat.
"The first time I watched him onscreen since we never
had any scenes together. I cannot think of any actor who would have done this
role and brought in the kind of intensity he did with Khilji. It was an author
backed part but he made Khilji his own. He gave justice to the menacing part of
Khilji. Audiences had to hate him to love his work. Actors are usually scared
of doing negative roles for the fear of being typecast," she told the magazine.
"But today the audiences have evolved. They are more
aware. They hated Khiljis character but loved Ranveer in it," she added.
Ranveer has often said Deepika is critical of his work and
considers him an average actor. To this Deepika replied, "I am very
protective about Ranveer. When the world gushes on him, I am honest with my
feedback of him.
Padmavati', Now save'Padmavat', Gets Censor Board Nod...
India's censors on Saturday cleared a controversial film
backed by Viacom Inc that looks into the relationship of a Hindu queen and a
Muslim ruler, after suggesting some modifications.
The Bollywood film, which was slated to be released on Dec.
1, was indefinitely postponed by a studio run by a partnership of Viacom and
Network 18 owned by Mumbai's Reliance Industries. That followed a row over its
historical content, in states such as Rajasthan and Maharashtra.
Members of hardline Hindu fringe groups as well as the
ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had criticized the film
"Padmavati", accusing its director of distorting history by showing
Muslim ruler Alauddin Khilji as the "lover" of Queen Padmavati,
belonging to the Rajput Hindu warrior clan.
"This was an unprecedented and tough situation,"
Prasoon Joshi, chairman of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), said
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Khan must tug at for the centrepiece dance number. We're here to discuss
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seem like an absurd proposal.
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Bakchod's 'Bollywood Diva Song' taking a heartwarmingexploding dig at a Khan
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