Pregnant Deepika Padukone came with Ranveer to cast her vote, was seen protecting her baby bump in the crowd.

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Lok Sabha elections are going on in the country. Voting for the fifth phase is going on in Mumbai today. Since Monday morning, Bollywood stars have been reaching the polling booth and exercising their franchise. Many celebrities including Akshay Kumar, Anupam Kher, Dharmendra, Salim Khan are included in this list. Now actor Ranveer Singh also came to cast his vote. Pregnant wife Deepika Padukone was also seen with him, who was seen protecting her baby bump in the crowd. Fans are showering a lot of love on this video of his. Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh reached the polling booth at around 1 pm. Both of them were wearing white clothes. Deepika's baby bump was clearly visible for the first time. It is known that Deepika will give birth to her first child in the month of September i.e. after four months.

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Deepika Padukone was seen protecting her baby bump among the crowd

As soon as Ranveer and Deepika came out of the polling booth after casting their vote, a crowd of paparazzi and their fans gathered. In such a situation, Ranveer was seen saving his wife and making her sit in the car.

Ranveer opened the car door

Before this, Ranveer opened the car door for his wife and took her down holding her hand. Deepika looked very happy while going to the polling booth.

This is the reaction of the fans

Deepika and Ranveer's fans are showering a lot of love on them. One wrote, 'I can see the baby bump. Oh my god.' Fans also targeted those who were speculating about their separation. However, some people are still writing that there is no collision, the child will be from surrogacy.

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