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Is Ranbir the reason behind the delay in Ranveer-Deepika wedding?

India Today logo India Today 06/06/2018
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Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone's rumoured impending nuptials have been creating quite a stir in Bollywood. Though the couple have dodged questions and given cryptic replies, there is much speculation that the two would tie the knot in November, Mumbai.

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However, the latest buzz is that the wedding is going to be further delayed. According to a report in Deccan Chronicle, Deepika is getting cold feet and is having commitment issues.

"Ranveer is completely committed to the relationship and wholeheartedly devoted to her. But Deepika fears her heart may be broken again and this time she won't be able to take it," Deepika's friend told the daily.

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As most are aware, Deepika dated Bollywood's casanova, Ranbir Kapoor, back in 2008. "She was looking at a life ahead with Ranbir. She wanted marriage and babies and was even ready to give up her career to be Mrs Ranbir Kapoor. They broke up and Ranbir moved on," a close friend told Deccan Chronicle.

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Ranbir and Deepika have acted in several films together including Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani and Tamasha. During the promotions of Tamasha, when Deepika was asked if she still loves Ranbir, she answered, "Of course I do. I don't think that every feeling has to be broken down as I don't believe that emotions are uni-dimensional anyway. Feelings and emotions are very layered."

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Yet, Ranveer came into Deepika's life in 2013. They formed a close bond while shooting for Goliyon Ke Rasleela Ram Leela, and fans were left breathless by their magnetic chemistry. The two have been going strong for around four years now, and aren't shy with their social media PDA.

Talking about her equation with Ranveer, Deepika had once said, "When we're with each other, we don't need anything or anyone else. We're comfortable in each other's presence. Sometimes it's intelligent conversation, sometimes just silence, sometimes there's a childlike innocence. We keep each other grounded. We are good in that sense."

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