Deepika reveals her true equation with Ranveer & Ranbir on ‘Look Who’s Talking with Niranjan'

MUMBAI: A shy silent observer, Deepika can easily camouflage into any environment except if you can take your eyes off her. The tall beauty really does light up every room she sets foot into. Always observing people from a distance and imagining stories in her head, one wonders if the leggy lass has always been like this or if is this due to a drastic lifestyle change.

This week on the season finale of ‘Look Who’s Talking with Niranjan Iyenger’, watch Deepika Padukone talk about fate, failure, films and friendship!  

She says, “I don’t have an outside perspective of what it is like, to be me. It doesn't come from being a celebrity. It rather stems from being a very reserved person.”


Acting is something Deepika always knew would happen to her. She states, how the rather famous dialogue from Om Shanti Om about ‘if you really want something with all your heart, the universe helps you make it happen’- is quite true in her case. Deepika believes that failures have made her a better person - She believes that flaws and weaknesses make you who you are – also helps you accept who you are. Failures are her best friends - be it a failed movie or a failed relationship.

Speaking about Ranveer, She says it is too soon to say if there are seeing each other. Every relationship needs breathing time and it doesn’t happen overnight. She certainly values the equation she shares with Ranvir but there is no status about their relationship.

Not leaving Ranbir far behind, in the conversation, Deepika expressed, “Of course it took us some time to get back to being normal but now I don’t want to keep revisiting that again and again. There has been no thought recently and I am really happy. We make such beautiful movies together. I don’t see why our failed relationship should affect that.”

Watch Deepika open up about Ranbir and Ranveer only on ‘Look Who’s Talking with Niranjan’ on 26 October at 9 pm on Zee Café

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