Deepika Padukone’s romantic pic goes viral

Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are on a vacation during the ongoing Valentine Week and wifey teased fans with another picture from their destination.

It remains to be known which city or suburb is hosting the lovebirds but the teaser glimpses and adorable pics that Deepika is sharing is making fans more and more curious.

Sharing pics of two umbrellas that are kept in a crossed position, Deepika captioned the post, “come sunshine or rain.” She also posted a pic to her Insta stories sharing she cycled into the bushes with Ranveer on day one of their vacation.

The actor had started the ‘his and hers’ picture series on Instagram by sharing a picture of two passports along with the hashtag #vacation. The couple hasn’t revealed where they are holidaying amid the countdown to Valentine’s Day on February 14.

Ranveer had wrapped up his next, Jayeshbhai Jordaar before taking off with Deepika on their romantic getaway. He had also announced the wrap up of the film shoot on Twitter with a candid picture. He wrote, “It’s a wrap!!! #JayeshbhaiJordaar Maneesh Sir… from ‘BAND BAAJA BAARAAT’ to ‘JAYESHBHAI JORDAAR’ it’s been an incredible 10 years under your guidance. Divyang…. You are a ball of love and positive energy. thank you for making me your Jayesh. apna tem aagaya ne @yrf.”

Before these umbrellas, she shared a picture of two pairs of slippers on the sand. And her caption read – “I will always lean on you to show me the way… #his&hers #vacation.”

Late last year, Deepika Padukone had announced that she will play the role of Draupadi in a retelling of the epic story of Mahabharat, which will be shown from the female perspective. Giving an update on that front, Deepika in an interview with a leading daily said that she doesn’t believe in making an announcement just to create buzz.

Calling it the ‘most ambitious project’, producer Deepika Padukone said that making the Mahabharat isn’t like making any other film. From the scale of production, budget, costumes and everything else, Padukone said the film will take five-times longer to come on the big screen.