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Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are surely one power couple in the industry. They have been going strong starting from their ‘Ram Leela’ days and nothing can break them apart. There were several rumors of them having broken up and parted ways doing the rounds, but they emerged victorious putting all such rumors and gossip mongers to shame and how! The couple, as well know, is shooting for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s upcoming project ‘Padmavati’, a movie which has been in news since the day it was announced. The ‘Padmavati’ team is currently shooting in Mumbai’s film city, along with all the three leading actors, Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor.
A source close to the development informed the tabloid, “In the sequence being shot currently in Dahisar, Alauddin Khilji, played by Ranveer Singh, sets up camp opposite the Chittor Fort. Ranveer was shooting here for two days and is juggling between Film City and Dahisar.” The tabloid also informed that portions of Kolhapur shoot which were remaining, are being shot simultaneously at a studio in Dahisar. Ranveer is juggling between the two studios. While two days of shoot is done, some more days of work is left. And this constant juggling and commuting is taking up a lot of time from the actor.
According to a leading daily, Ranveer’s rumoured girlfriend Deepika is reportedly staying with Ranveer at the apartment he bought in the outskirts of the city for the shoot of ‘Padmavati’. Both chose to stay close to the studio as to save their time in commuting from their respective homes. Reportedly, both the actors are even preparing for their roles together and thus getting to spend more time with each other.
However, there has been no official confirmation from neither the actors nor from anyone from the ‘Padmavati’ team whether the duo are actually living together. The shoot of ‘Padmavati’ is happening in full swing in the city and is slated to release on November 17, 2017. The movie is a dramatized account of the 1303 siege of the Chittor fort in Rajasthan.