Deepika Padukone's in-laws and Ranveer Singh's parents Anju Bhavnani and Jagjit Singh Bhavnani are celebrating their 40 years of togetherness. To mark this special day, the actor took to his Instagram account recently and shared a 'then and now' photo of his parents which is all about 'pure love.' The first photo has Anju and Jagjit's throwback picture which seemed to be from the initial days of their marriage while the second picture looks like from Deepika and Ranveer's wedding reception days as we see both of them well-dressed. However, the things that don't seem to change in the pictures are their happy smiles and their love, no wonder why Ranveer mentioned #purelove in the caption.
While sharing the pictures, he simply wrote, "40 years of marriage! #purelove #happyanniversary" After sharing these pictures, Tiger Shroff wrote' Amazing' followed by a heart emoticon. Ranveer's Dil Dhadakne Do co-star Vikrant Massey commented, "Wishing Uncle and Auntyji Ji A bery Happy Anniversary!" While Sikander Kher wrote a cute comment which read, "For a moment there I though it was you .. uncanny resemblance in this one .. Happy Anniversary" Other friends and colleagues like Maneish Paul, Zoya Akhtar, Nimrat Kaur and many more posted heart emoticons for Ranveer's parents on their 40th wedding anniversary.
Meanwhile, we did not see a wish from Deepika Padukone till now but we are sure it will be special. The actress is currently in Goa, shooting for her next untitled film of Shakun Batra which also stars Ananya Panday and Siddhant Chaturvedi.
On the professional front, Ranveer Singh's upcoming film '83 might hit the OTT platform and not theatres. While he also has Takht, Jayeshbhai Jordaar and reportedly Zoya's next with Katrina Kaif. ALSO READ: Jayeshbhai Jordaar UPDATE: Ranveer Singh Starts Dubbing, Film To Release In Theatres
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