Deepika Padukone talks about her future kids

Deepika Padukone, who is all set to celebrate her first wedding anniversary with Ranveer Singh, has opened up about her future kids in a recent interview.

Deepika said that she and her sister had working parents and they gave their angels every aspect of their lives, time and dignity. She said that she hopes when she will start a family with Ranveer, they will be able to do it in the same way which has experienced, rooted, secure and wholesome.

Meanwhile, Ranveer, who never misses an opportunity to comment on his wife Deepika Padukone’s Instagram posts, did it again. Deepika Padukone has incessantly been posting pictures from her latest photoshoot on her Instagram profile and in one of the pictures, the actress can be seen staring intensely at the camera.

Ranveer reacted to his wife’s look and wrote: “I know that look.” He added, “This is the ‘Is this any time to come home?’ glare.” If you thought Ranveer’s comment was hillarious, wait till you see his Lootera co-star Sonakshi Sinha’s comment. “Oh no, baba’s in trouble,” Sonakshi Sinha wrote jokingly.

Under one picture, which shows Deepika with a rather stern look on her face, Ranveer wrote, “This is the ‘Is this any time to come home?’ glare.” Against another picture, Ranveer wrote, “That look when the Rassam is on its way to the table.” Under a close-up picture of Deepika’s face, Ranveer commented, “Aur pass (closer).”

Deepika Padukone recently featured on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar US magazine, where she stunned in a black Rosie Assoulin gown. The magazine called Padukone, “the woman who became one of the world’s biggest stars while you were sleeping.” The actor took the international platform to talk about her work, mental health, and marriage with Ranveer Singh, who the magazine called the other half of a ‘power couple.’

Deepika was asked why she did not want to live with Ranveer Singh before marriage. “There was a lot of temptation to move away from the traditional, especially for the two of us, who are constantly travelling, but it was important to me,” she said.