Here is what Malaika, Jacqueline commented on Deepika-Ranveer's THIS pic
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh have been rocking the headlines since they got married last year. Taking to Instagram, Deepika Padukone shared an adorable picture of her with hubby Ranveer. Apart from their fans, Bollywood celebs poured beautiful comments on the photo. The photo has garnered more than 17 lakh likes in almost 10 hours.
Soon after Deepika uploaded the photo on Instagram, there were several Bollywood stars including Malaika Arora and Jacqueline Fernandez who commented on the picture. Jacqueline reacted to it with a caption ‘damn’ and Malaika left an ‘uff’ in the comment section.
It is to be noted that this is the first time when Deepika posted a picture of her with husband after their wedding reception posts.
Deepika and Ranveer recently attended the Nykaa Femina Beauty Awards. The ‘Padmaavat’ actress looked stunning in a black ensemble designed by designer Amit Aggarwal and Ranveer sported a floral printed blazer. The couple also attended the Lokmat Maharashtrian Of The Year Awards on February 20 evening.
Ranveer Singh is currently basking in the success of his last release ‘Gully Boy’, which is inching close to the Rs 100 crore mark at the box office. The actor will be soon starring in Kabir Khan’s ’83’ and Karan Johar’s ‘Takht’. Deepika Padukone, on the other hand, is all geared up for her first collaboration with filmmaker Meghna Gulzar. They have teamed up for the upcoming biographical drama, ‘Chhapaak’. It is based on the life of acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal.
I hardly talk about Indian actors and if I do, it’s usually about the way they dress. I’ve had a huge crush on @ranveersingh
since he did BAND BAAJA BARRAT because of his acting & his looks... who am I kidding, it’s for his looks! At least that’s what my husband says😒 Ranveer reminds me of my cartoon crush from the Disney movie Aladdin. He had it all! When I went in to watch Gully Boy, the only thing that excited me was that I’ll get to see him on big screen😂 Little did I know that I would be in awe of how he played the character so well and how the other actors did their job so perfectly. #gullyboy
❤️ This one is special, this one is inspiring. It shows you to follow your passion and nowadays I somehow feel we have stopped doing that, our future generation needs to be inspired! (I know I might be over dramatic but that’s how I feel🤷🏽♀️)
cast did a brilliant job!
Loved each and every character....
Meet MC Sher - the mentor, the friend.
MC Sher is a giant walking heart. He has grown up amidst harsh and bitter conditions, so there were good chances he would have grown up a cynic, but he was strong enough to overcome that bitterness and not let his personality be a product of it.
In his intro scene, we see Sher shutting down a bullying heckler and standing up for a girl he probably doesn't even know. Sher isn't someone who will ever resort to violence. His persona is assertive. He isn't aggressive like few of the other rappers we see, nor is he passive like Murad is initially. Even when provoked to the max, his weapon of choice for responding is his art, and this shows in his poetry too.
जितनी तुझमे गर्मी
उससे ज़्यादा गरम
When Murad meets MC his talent is raw and needs molding and polishing, which is what Sher enables him to do. Sher inspires Murad to channel his inner pain and frustrations through his poetry rather than being bitter about things.
The reason why I believe Sher takes Murad under this wing is that Sher relates to Murad's struggle. Both their family lives are hell because of their fathers, and both eventually found catharsis in their poetry.
Sher is self-assured and self-aware, as an artist and as a person. His walk oozes confidence and conviction. He is not someone who will fanboy a celeb rapper, the way Murad initially fanboys him.
Had Sher made it through the rap battle instead of Murad, he would have been happy for himself, but he would have made sure Murad doesn't get too dejected by this. And had they both made it through to the finals, Sher would have competed healthily, and would have gladly embraced whatever the result would be.
It is very endearing to see the way Sher is possessive about his collection of shoes, and how he cares for them with an almost paternal instinct.
We never see Sher being embarrassed about his personal life. Yes, he despises his alcoholic father and would love to change his current state, but this is not something he hides from people. His circumstances, in fact, are why he is so grounded.
MC Sher has the arrogance and security of a lion and not the hostile hunter instinct of a tiger.