Ranveer is enjoying in Ambani's party, Deepika is handling her baby bump alone, video goes viral

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
3 Min Read

Bollywood diva Deepika Padukone is currently going through the most exciting phase of her life as she is expecting her first child with husband Ranveer Singh. The couple announced in February with a cute post that they are going to be parents soon and Deepika's delivery date is September 2024. Currently, Ranveer Singh is there to be a part of Ambani's cruise party along with Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant. Meanwhile, Deepika has stepped out for dinner. She was seen flaunting her baby bump. Let us show you. On the night of June 1, Deepika Padukone was spotted at a famous restaurant in Mumbai when she and her family were coming out after dinner. Deepika wore a beautiful floral print loose-fit maternity top which she paired with capri jeans and white sneakers.

Deepika was seen handling the baby bump

Deepika looked stunning with her pregnancy glow. She wore minimal makeup to enhance her beauty. Deepika tied her hair in a bun and she was seen struggling to walk with her growing baby bump. She was walking very leisurely.

Ranveer praised his wife like this

A few days ago, Ranveer had shared pictures of Deepika in a yellow-satin gown on his Instagram story and praised her pregnancy glow. He captioned the first photo, 'Meri sunshine!', the second, 'Uff! What should I do? Should I die?', while in the third and last photo, he gave a befitting reply to all the trolls by writing, 'Buri Nazar wale, tera chaand kaala'.

Ranveer was trolled

A few hours after Ranveer gave a befitting reply to the trolls and haters, Deepika shared a photo on her Insta which made her fans very happy. The actress shared a stop-motion photo of herself wearing a yellow gown with beautiful diamond earrings. However, Ranveer has gone for a cruise party and Deepika is alone here, so people are trolling Ranveer a lot for how he has left his wife alone.

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