Deepika Padukone shared the image on her Instagram account.
Bollywood superstar Deepika Padukone latest Instagram post has become latest the talk of the town.
The “Padmaavat” star shared a photograph of her with actor husband Ranveer Singh and sister Anisha Padukone cuddling. She captioned the image, “cuddles & snuggles! smashed in the middle!❤️ @ranveersingh @anishapadukone”
The photo went viral within hours on social media. The cute image garnered over 2.2m likes and over 11,400 comments as of Wednesday afternoon.
The much-loved couple tied the knot in Italy in a traditional Konkani and Sindhi style wedding last November.
The couple has a huge fan base in India and abroad.
Ranveer, who is known as Bollywood's livewire star, recently took to his Instagram stories to post a meme making fun of his dressing sense.
It shows various versions of a toilet cleaner bottles Harpic. His red and blue tracksuit perfectly matched the red and blue bottle of the cleaner. Alongside the meme, Ranveer wrote: "These Harpic bottles look lit as f***."
Ranveer is currently prepping to portray the role of former Indian cricket team captain Kapil Dev in his upcoming film "'83." Directed by Kabir Khan, the film about India's 1983 cricket World Cup victory will release on April 10, 2020.
Deepika is featuring on her upcoming film, “Chhapaak.” The movie is based on the true story of acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal, played by Deepika. The movie is scheduled to release on January 10, 2020.
On Monday, Director Meghna Gulzar tweeted a photograph of the entire cast and crew of the film and said that they are "happily half way done."
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