Ranveer Singh says that his relationship with time as a concept has been different in different phases of my life and he is closely following the footsteps of his very beautiful wife, Deepika Padukone.
Ranveer Singh was recently spotted at the Vogue Women of the Year Awards. The actor donned a maroon-red shade for his suit, and he added some quirk with the stick, his sunglasses, and of course, the beret. While interacting with the media at the event, India Today reported that nowadays, being the busy career man that he is, it’s a true luxury to do something he wants to. He isn’t blaming anyone or cribbing about it. He loves everything that he does and he loves his job, but he is working towards maintaining a balance.
He further said that when you talk about efficient time management, he is closely following the footsteps of his very beautiful wife (Deepika Padukone) who is a master at time management. Ranveer is taking tips from her and getting better at it. When asked how his relationship with time has changed over the years, he said, “My relationship with time as a concept has been different in different phases of my life. Sometimes time would move so excruciatingly slow that it would be unbearable. Then there are times where I consciously choose to waste time and that can be quite nice as well.”
On the work front, Ranveer recently shot for Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif starrer Rohit Shetty’s Sooryavanshi. The actor will be seen in Kapil Dev’s biopic titled ’83 along with his wife, Deepika. Meanwhile, he has also started the prep for Karan Johar’s Takht. Recently the actor had posted a picture of his on Instagram, which made wife DP comment on his pic. The Padmaavat actor was slaying a classic grey suit with a touch of neon to brighten up the classy look. His hair was styled perfectly with gel and he added a pair of sunglasses. Deepika commented, “Going Where?”
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