For days now, many people around the country have been under self-isolation to avoid the mass and rapid spreading of COVID-19. Like the people in the country, B-town celebrities have been making their best efforts to not step out of their respective homes, but stay in self-quarantine. As Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh have been in self-isolation since a few days now, the ’83 actor took to his social media to share an adorable picture with his wifey as the couple work out together at home.
Ranveer Singh shared a picture of him holding Deepika Padukone tightly in his arms on his Instagram. Sharing the adorable picture, Ranveer captioned it, “Double the Endorphin-rush when She’s around!#homegymbuddiesmy #mondaymotivation @deepikapadukone.” In the picture, as Deepika is spotted laughing her heart out as Ranveer holds her dearly with all his strength, Singh shares how his endorphin rush is double when his wife is around.
There’s no doubt Ranveer’s endorphin rush doubles up when Deepika’s around and the love he has while holding his wife says it all. Well if we agree or not, the picture proves it all anyways. As soon as the actor shared the super amazing picture, many fans poured out their love and commented also. One fan commented, “Love u both of you,” while another commented, “this is killing the Internet rn.” Other fans also called the couple their ‘favourites,” and send out all hearts to Ranveer and Deepika.
Meanwhile, apart from working out, Deepika and Ranveer participated in the initiative of clapping hands to express gratitude to the ones working to help people suffering from COVID-19. On the other hand, Ranveer is also enjoying hogging some yummy chocolate Nuttela spread, whereas Deepika is learning how to play the piano, you can read it HERE. Also Read: Arjun Kapoor Goes Live, Ranveer Singh Spams Him With 'Feel Good Recommend Karo' Comments
Image source: Instagram/ Ranveer Singh
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