Deepika Padukone Calls Husband Ranveer Singh 'Daddie' With A Baby Emoji On His Live Video And Fans Just Can't Keep Calm!
Bollywood couple Deepika Padukone & Ranveer Singh tied the nuptial knot in November last year in Italy.
The duo never fail to amaze fans with their lovey-dovey posts and PDA sessions on Instagram and same thing happened when Ranveer came live on Instagram last night.
Comments started to pour in on Ranveer's Instagram live session, however, what caught everyone's attention was his wife Deepika's comment on it. She wrote 'Hi Daddie' with an emoji of a baby alongside on the live video chat. Soon after Deepika's comment, fans just can't stop gushing over and some even guessing that the actress is pregnant.
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Her 'Daddie' comment made everyone think if reports of Deepika being pregnant which surfaced during Cannes 2019 are true. Though Ranveer was quick to reply and wrote, 'Hi Baby' we just can't miss actor Arjun Kapoor's comment on the same, where he said, 'Baba Bhabi is gonna give you one'.
Check it out here:
screenshot of Ranveer Singh's live video
Ahem! No wonder Deepika has once again sparked her pregnancy rumours with her latest comment on hubby's post.
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Meanwhile, Ranveer and Deepika are currently in London for their upcoming film '83' helmed by Kabir Khan. The couple will play the respective roles of Kapil Dev and his wife Romi Dev in the film.
The film has been slated to hit the theatres in 2020.
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