Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh have been shed a spotlight upon many times regarding their wedding. While there were several rumors of the two getting married in November, there has been no confirmation from the couple. In fact, the couple has avoided speaking about the topic several times, in any of their interviews.
However, recently when Deepika Padukone was asked about the wedding by an Indian publication, she replied, “You’ll know soon.”
Apart from that, Deepika also opened up about a lot of other things. While talking about representing India internationally, she said, “I don’t think there is anything to be conscious about. Wherever you go, the person you inherently are will come through anyway. For me, my roots are very, very strong. It’s very Indian. Even if I try to get rid of it, I don’t think I will be able to do it. So my identity is not something that I have to consciously carry with me on an international platform.”
She also opened up about her first experience in working abroad, “When I first went overseas, people found it difficult to understand what I was saying. And, I would try and speak in a way to make it easier for them. Later, I realized, people there are not speaking differently to me. Half the time, I can’t make out what they are saying, but I take the effort to understand it. So if they want to, they can also take some effort and try to know me, my accent, or the part of the world I come from,” she said.
She also expressed love and wishes for Irrfan Khan as he is still going through his illness, “Forget the actor part, for me, Irrfan is someone I’m extremely fond of as a person. I can’t say it was expected, but neither was it a shock. I myself have been through certain experiences in the past, and it has taught me that life is fragile. Anything can happen to anyone. Nothing shocks or alarms me anymore, but I do wish him good health and a speedy recovery.” she said.
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