BY ANUJ RADIA

Though they have never expressed it blatantly, Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone have always seemed very comfortable with each other.

As the rumour mills go, the two have allegedly been in a relationship with each other for over five years since they met on the set of Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela.

Once again, Deepika is all-praises for Ranveer. In an interview with a Bollywood magazine, Padukone stated: “Ranveer Singh is dependable, trustworthy and my go-to person.”

The couple has always called each other ‘special’ in interviews but has never accepted to their relationship.

In the same interview, Deepika said about Ranveer, “Everything other than the most obvious. I am bored when people say they love his energy. The man has so much more! He is an extremely good human being. He is kind and good to people. He is very real, emotional and sensitive. He is a man who is not afraid to cry and I love that about him. He is a man!”

Ranveer and Deepika have collaborated on three films so far; Goliyon Ki Raas Leela: Ram Leela, Bajirao Mastani and Padmaavat.

About the couple’s wedding, a source had informed Mumbai Mirror, “Both Ranveer and Deepika are extremely private and do not wish to have a lavish wedding with a long guest list. The ceremony will be away from the media glare, classy and intimate, with only family and close friends in attendance. That’s the plan,” adding that two receptions in India are also being planned. “One of them will definitely be in Mumbai, the venue is being finalized.”

On the work front, Deepika has not signed an array of projects besides Vishal Bhardwaj’s next. This is speculated due to marriage. However, a source has refuted this conjecture. The source claimed:

“The reason Deepika is not signing anything new is because of the quality of roles coming her way. They are all big-banner films with top heroes. But nothing even remotely as author-backed or inspiring as Padmaavat.  At this stage in her career, Deepika is no more content playing the conventional leading lady. It has to be a script that offers her as much to do as the male protagonist.” 

It would be wonderful to our very own Ram-Leela tie-the-knot sometime soon!