Rumours are rife that her long-time beau Ranveer Singh happens to co-own the property along with Deepika. During the chat show, hosted by Neha Dhupia, when she asked Deepika about which designer she would choose for her wedding.
After years and years of ducking the question, Deepika Padukone has finally spoken about her marriage plans to the media. Soon after Virushka wedding, fans are quite upbeat about wanting to see yet another power couple of B-Town taking the plunge. Anushka Sharma wore a pale pink Sabyasachi lehenga while Virat Kohli wore a traditional bandhgala.
Recently, Deepika ringed in her 32nd birthday in Sri Lanka along with her rumoured boyfriend Ranveer Singh. After Anushka Sharma being the Sabyasachi bride, we can't wait to see the tall handsome Deepika in a Sabyasachi lehenga. But the report comes false. "In a segment called 'Scary spice or platter of punishment, ' Neha asked her to complete the sentence 'Ranveer, stop doing ...' She immediately said, 'Stop doing outrageous clothes.' And everyone burst out laughing".
A source close to the couple was cited in Filmfare saying, "Deepika was gifted an expensive diamond set and a Sabyasachi sari by Ranveer's family".
Morgan Stanley announces bonuses, cuts in equities
Parkwood Llc who had been investing in Pepsico Inc for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $167.02B market cap company. Atlantic Securities raised Morgan Stanley from a "neutral" rating to an "overweight" rating in a research report on Wednesday.
China to invest billions of dollars in ally Cambodia
Communities in the lower Mekong countries have reported depleted fish stocks in recent years and are blaming the dams. China is increasing its investment along the river through building dams and a navigation channel.
LFP suspends goal-line technology in France
The suspension applies to all matches controlled by the LFP, notably Ligue 1 and French League Cup fixtures. VAR has especially been pushed by all corners and have begun to be used in various league and competitions.
British champ Sunderland out of Dakar Rally due to back pain
Withdrawal of Aravind means Hero MotoSports' CS Santosh is the only Indian rider left in the rider's roaster to finish the rally. Dakar debutant Oriol Mena, also competing for Hero MotoSports Team, finished 11th, his second top-15 stage finish.