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Bollywood power couple Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are spending quality time with each other during the home quarantine period. While the actress has been busing managing the house and cooking for her husband, Ranveer Singh is busy sleeping all day. Deepika and Ranveer winning the social media during coronavirus On Saturday, the actress took to Instagram to share a quote saying, 'Cats spend roughly 70% of their lives sleeping.' She also wrote, 'So Ranveer Singh is a cat now.'
Reacting to his wife's allegations, Ranveer Singh shared the post on his Instagram stories with a cute GIF of himself. The post shows that the actor is unapologetic about sleeping 20 hours a day. It was only last Thursday that Deepika shared a photo of her man soundly sleeping as she stuck a 'husband' label on his forehead.
Earlier, Deepika took part in a Hangout interview with journalist Rajeev Masand during the nationwide lockdown. Rajeev Masand asked Deepika about her daily routine with Ranveer, she said, 'I have to say, he’s the easiest person to live within this scenario. He is sleeping for about 20 hours, which really allows me time to do things that I want to do.' Deepika added, 'For the four hours that he’s awake, we’re either watching a movie, eating, exercising. He’s a real joy to be with at this time. No demands, no hassles, he’s very easy.'
Apart from their cute posts, the couple recently made headlines when they announced their decision to contribute to COVID-19 relief funds. Bollywood couple Deepika Padukone & Ranveer Singh took to Twitter and Instagram to announce that they will donate to PM-CARES Fund. On the work front, Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone will be next seen together in Kabir Khan's '83'. The film is based on India's 1983 Cricket World Cup victory. Ranveer is playing the role of Kapil Dev while the 'Piku' actress is playing his on-screen wife. The makers of the sports drama had to postpone the release date of '83' due to the Coronavirus outbreak.