Deepika Padukone Talks About Getting Pregnant And Becoming A Mother

Deepika Padukone is one of the most stunning and finest actress of Bollywood. Along with this, she is the richest actress. Deepika Padukone made her debut in Farah Khan’s melodrama Om Shanti Om opposite Shah Rukh Khan in 2007. Since then, there was no looking back for the former model. She is one of the highest-paid actresses in the industry and is the recipient of several awards, including three Filmfare Awards.

Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh exchanged wedding vows on November 14-15, 2018, in Italy as per Konkani and Punjabi-Sindhi wedding rituals. Since then, DeepVeer is giving major marital goals to everyone. After their wedding, their fans have been eagerly waiting for them to embrace parenthood.

Earlier, in an interview with a leading media platform, the ‘Padmavat’ actress opened up about the pressure she as a newlywed women has to face when it comes to having a baby. Here’s what the actress said, “Pregnancy will happen at some point in my life. It is unfair to put women and a couple through that pressure.”

Talking about post-married life after marrying Ranveer, she shared about the changes one has to face. she said, “I don’t know what happens when he leaves the house as he’s an extremely different person then which I think also people will start seeing. Like if you see it in his work, which is that there’s an extremely quiet side to him, there’s an extremely intelligent side to him, there’s a very sensitive and emotional side to him, there’s a vulnerable childlike innocence, so there are so many facets to him.”

In another interview with IANS, Deepika defined his beau, Ranveer, “He is vulnerable, extremely emotional, very intelligent; childlike at times. That’s not to say that his irrepressible energy isn’t him, it’s very him. He’s a real people’s person, but there’s a quiet side to him too.” The actress further revealed, “Emotionally, I think I’m the more intuitive one. I’d say IQ is more him. But at the same time, he’s not all like, ‘I’m a man, I can’t show my emotions.’ He is sensitive, and so am I, and it makes it easier to share a life with someone who understands that.”

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