Ahem! Ranveer Singh tags Deepika as the best kisser

Ahem! Ranveer Singh tags Deepika as the best kisser

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If there’s one pairing in Bollywood in current times that has given us only hits together, then it has to be Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone. The two enthralled one and all with their fabulous chemistry in movies like ‘Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram Leela’ (2013), ‘Bajirao Mastani’ (2015); and are all set to create magic again in another Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s movie ‘Padmavati’ which will release this year.

Well, that is their onscreen chemistry, but we have also seen that the two share a very good equation off screen too. In fact, reports are rife since the beginning that they are a couple in real life, but neither of them has confirmed it officially as yet. (Also Read: Pot belly and wacky hairdo, what’s up Ranveer Singh?)

While we know that between the two, Ranveer is the one who has been more frank and open about his feelings, this time he has actually said something that will leave you startled. The actor has handed over the tag of “best kisser” to Deepika Padukone. He said this on Neha Dhupia’s chat show #NoFilterNeha.

For the unitiated, Neha Dhupia’s podcast #NoFilterNeha saw a bevy of celebs grace their presence in the first season. Now, she is all set to return with the season two and Ranveer was one of the guests on the show. So, that’s when he was quizzed about who according to him is the best kisser. He replied, “I think Deepika Padukone is the best kisser. Have you seen that song, ‘Ang laga de re, mujhe rang laga de re‘ (song from ‘Goliyon Ki Rasleela: Ram Leela’).” Ahem!

This one statement is enough to grab all the limelight now. We wonder what Deepika has to say to this.

Talking about their forthcoming movie ‘Padmavati’, the movie stars Deepika Padukone in the titular role of Rani Padmavati, Ranveer Singh as Alauddin Khilji and Shahid Kapoor as Raja Rawal Ratan Singh. The movie is slated to release on November 17, 2017.

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