Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, who exchanged vows in 2018 following a period of courtship, consistently express their affection for one another in the public eye. Despite their hectic schedules as highly acclaimed actors, the duo has successfully nurtured a resilient and enduring bond. Deepika recently provided insights into the dynamics of their relationship, emphasizing that, amidst their busy professional lives, the quality of time spent together holds greater significance than the quantity.
In a recent interview with Vogue India, Deepika Padukone delved into her relationship with Ranveer Singh, shedding light on the importance of allocating time for each other. She stressed, “Spending time with my husband is very important to me. You have to make the time.” Deepika further explained, “I have to say both he and I make the effort. It cannot be one-sided.”
Acknowledging the challenges posed by their demanding professions, Deepika highlighted the necessity to schedule their time together, especially considering the commonality of extended travel and the erratic nature of their schedules.
Deepika explained that, given their respective commitments, they might find themselves in the same city but struggle to carve out quality time. She emphasized, “It’s not the quantum of time but the quality of that time we have together.” The actress added, “We love it when it’s just the two of us but we also love spending time with our families.”
Regarding her leisure preferences, Deepika shared her love for being at home, engaging in activities like pottering around and decluttering, which she considers a way to clear her mind. She also expressed her comfort in food, highlighting that she and Ranveer share a love for eating.
Furthermore, Deepika revealed her passion for dance, sharing, “Sometimes, on the weekends, my husband and I play music in the living room and stay up dancing until 4 am, showing off our playlists to each other.”
On the work front, Ranveer and Deepika will be reuniting onscreen in the movie “Singham Again.”