Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone made her acting debut in the 2007 film 'Om Shanti Om' opposite Shah Rukh Khan. Ever since then the actress has made it big into the Hindi film industry. She has featured in about 29 films in the last decade. She is popularly loved and is widely appreciated for her acting skills.
While there is so much love for the actress, there was a time, she faced a lot of problems. Rumours about her link ups made headlines on the front page. She had gone on record to admit her affair with Ranbir Kapoor back in 2008 but post her break-up with the actor she never confirmed any relationship until now that she has confirmed her relationship with Ranveer Singh.
Deepika's name has been attached with many men and according to reports, her father Prakash Padukone would get bothered with the rumours earlier. He reportedly sad that initially, he found it difficult. But nowadays, he is used to it. He added that some of the things that are reported is true, but some of it is absolutely not correct. But it is a part and parcel of the career. One can't have only good things. One has to accept it.
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are all set to tie a knot in the month of November and the preparations for the same are going in Padukone's and Singh's residence in full space. The wedding ceremonies are all set to take place at the luxurious villa at Lake Como, Italy. While there is a lot of excitement among the fans for their wedding, according to reports, it is going to be an intimate affair and no cell phones will be allowed at the venue too.
Recently, in an interview when Deepika was asked about marriage, the actor was quoted as saying she was excited for it the same way she is when she signs a new film. The 'Cocktail' star added that like any other girl, she has also looked forward to the institution. She added that she expects the new step in her life to be 'exciting', adding that's how it should be. Deepika concluded by saying that she doesn't see her life experiencing a change after marriage. Her father, meanwhile, said that it's the bride and the groom who take care of the entire wedding nowadays and that parents 'just tag along.'