- Ranveer recently joined an Instagram Live with Ayushmann
- He had to leave because Deepika was disturbed
- “Okay, goodbye,” said Ranveer
Ranveer Singh and Ayushmann Khurrana (and also Deepika Padukone) trended on Saturday due to a viral video of their brief and their ROFL discussion. Ayusshmann, who recently hosted an Instagram Live session, called Ranveer to include him in the chat. Ranveer, who said he had just woken up, was obviously groggy but his usual self. Ayushmann and Ranveer greeted each other enthusiastically during the video call with Ranveer adding: “I just woke up, I can’t be live and everyone. I just came to say hello.” Pretty soon he looked distracted (we learned later it was because of Deepika Padukone) and I wanted to leave the chat. It seems that Ranveer, who was previously asleep, did not know that Deepika was calling Zoom, and everything that shouted with Ayushmann interrupted him. “Okay goodbye. Daant rahi hain, keh rahi hai main Zoom call kar rahi hoon, chilla maat (She scolds me. She says, “I’m on a Zoom call, don’t scream”), “Ranveer told Ayushmann and the two actors laughed.
Ranveer then left the chat while Ayushmann was still talking. “He left because bhabhi daant rahi hai use (because Deepika scolds him). Thank you very much Ranveer for honoring us with your wonderful presence, “said Ayushmann. Take a look at the ROFL video:
Ranveer Singh joins Ayushmann Khurrana live on Instagram
He just woke up pic.twitter.com/OeHQQdSXeM
– RanveerSingh TBT | # 83 (@RanveerSinghtbt) June 5, 2020
In the past, Ranveer Singh has said that Deepika is a strict discipline and his organizational skills. In fact, Deepika herself is Marie Kondo’s own version of Bollywood, keeping busy with the label maker in her spare time. On such an occasion, this is what happened.
But Deepika and Ranveer are real goals of the blue couple. They were married in November 2018.
Deepika is ready to star in Ranveer Singh ’83 – he plays Kapil Dev when she was chosen as his wife Romi Dev. ’83, which was slated to appear on screens in April, has been postponed indefinitely due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.