Viral: When Deepika Padukone Hilariously ‘Forgot’ She’s A Wife

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Recently, Deepika Padukone was inaugurating a Lecture Series program in the National Capital for her charity foundation The Live Love Laugh Foundation, and a specific video from her on-stage conversation has gone crazy. Shared on fan clubs, the short video begins with Deepika talking about the real-life roles she plays, saying: “I’m a daughter, I’m a sister, I’m an actor…” At this point, Deepika paused to gather her thoughts when the host reminded her of “a wife.” Now, Deepika’s reaction to this was priceless. “I’m a wife… Oh god, I’ve forgotten!” she told the audience, instantly cracking. In November last year, Deepika and Ranveer Singh were engaged.

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Deepika was accompanied to the event by her sister Anisha Padukone, who emphasized the need for awareness of mental health. Deepika Padukone, who opened up in an interview with NDTV in 2015 to fight severe depression, is running the Live Love Laugh Foundation to help those who struggle with their mental health.

 

On a lighter note, Deepika Padukone posted ROFL memes after the event in Sunday, tagging Ranveer Singh about a (or not) couple of goals. She revealed in one of them that Ranveer is her saviour when she is unable to finish a meal, and in another, she gave a glimpse of her early waking up a conversation with Ranveer.

 

 

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that’s us…🤷🏽‍♀️ @ranveersingh

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Also us!🤦🏽‍♀️😅🤪 @ranveersingh

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Next, Deepika Padukone will be seen in Meghna Gulzar’s Chhapaak, based on acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal’s life and experiences. Deepika also filmed parts of Ranveer’s’ 83, where she will star as the wife of Kapil Dev, Roma Dev. Ranveer plays Kapil Dev’s role in Kabir Khan’s cricket drama, a fictional portrayal of India’s historic Cricket World Cup win in 1983.