Deepika Padukone Borrows Ranveer Singh’s Neon Turtle Neck T-Shirt For Her Latest Outing, See Pics

A couple that shares clothes, stay together forever! Now that is something we have learnt from DeepVeer. We recently spotted Deepika Padukone sporting the same neon t-shirt that was once worn by Ranveer. No kidding…

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Deepika Padukone Borrows Ranveer Singh’s Neon Turtle Neck T-Shirt For Her Latest Outing, See Pics
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are truly in love, so much that they don’t even mind sharing clothes with each other. Well, of course, Ranveer can’t pick on Deepika’s clothes (though sometimes we feel he does), Deepika sure can raid Ranveer’s wardrobe and pick his clothes to wear. That’s what she did for her recent outing. Our shutterbugs spotted the leggy lass zooming out of Mumbai as she got clicked at the airport. Wearing an oversized neon green top and loose blue pants, Deepika looked at ease. But wait, here comes the interesting part.

Deepika Padukone’s oversized neon top took us back to Gully Boy’s music launch when Ranveer had sported the exact same turtle neck t-shirt. Or probably it is the same one! She may have raided Ranveer’s closet and picked this piece for her airport look. Ranveer had worn this neon turtle neck with a silver jacket. Woah! We like…

In one of the old interviews of Deepika, she had revealed that she borrows t-shirts of Ranveer. “I have borrowed a lot of his sweatshirts and t-shirts,” she was quoted saying. Looks like it is indeed true. When probed what Ranveer’s borrows, she had said ‘sunglasses’.


Well…well… now that’s how one sets an example of a being a perfect couple. Sharing is Caring and DeepVeer knows it well.

Workwise, the two will be together seen in Kabir Khan’s ’83. He will be essaying the role of Kapil Dev in the sports drama while Deepika will be his on-screen wifey! 

Image Source: Instagram/Viral Bhayani
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