Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone have self-quarantined after coronavirus outbreak.
Gulf Today Report
Like other Bollywood stars, adorable couple Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone have become ‘homebound’ after the crackdown on the coronavirus by the authorities. They are now in self-quarantine in their Mumbai home.
The much-anticipated release of Singh's upcoming film "83" has been put on hold due to the outbreak of the virus in the country.
The busybodies have a lot of free time on their hands now, according to reports in a section of the Indian media.
They are doing all kinds of chores in the house, trying to spruce it up, clearing all sorts of clutter.
Deepika is busy rearranging her wardrobe, while Ranveer is posting on his Instagram site pictures from the past, among them a photograph of a couple of jars from a popular sweetened cocoa spread brand with his name inscribed on them.
It appears to be a customised gift from the brand.
He also shared a few priceless memories, including throwback pictures.
Ranveer also exhorted his legion of fans to practise social distancing and self-isolation after the virus outbreak. “Ghar pe baitho, khao, piyo, mast raho (Stay at home, eat, drink and be merry),” he said.Ranveer then remarked: "'83' is not just our film but the nation's film. But the health and safety of the nation comes first. Stay Safe, take care. We shall be back soon!"
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