Ranveer Singh Reacts On Wife, Deepika Padukone Facing Sexism, Talks About Her Worst Qualities; Read On!
Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh revealed and spoke about sexism that his wife, Deepika Padukone faces every day. Currently, Ranveer Singh is basking on success for his upcoming film released film, Jayeshbhai Jordaar. The actor revealed the sexism that his adoring wife, Deepika Padukone faced. Also, he penned the qualities that he does not like in Deepika Padukone.
In an interview with Bollywood Bubble, the host remembered that in a previous interview with the media portal, Deepika Padukone had listed hardly any qualities that she did not like about her hubby, Ranveer Singh, which included bad time management and worst sleeping habits. Speaking about the same, Ranveer Singh questioned to indicate some of Deepika’s faults as a person. To this, the actor gave a sweet reaction which is too cute to handle. He mentioned:
“Honestly, I can’t think of anything about her that I can frankly criticise; touchwood is as perfect as she seems. She is, you know, perfect in almost every way; sure, she has her flaws as a person. Everybody is flawed, but she’s suitable for the most part, and really, the complaining is hers to do. The changes that are to be made are mine to make uh yes, I do have poor sleeping habits, and my time management isn’t the best, but I am making conscious efforts to improve on both counts.”
In the same chat, the adoring husband was questioned about his thoughts on Deepika Padukone facing sexism usually in spite of being one of the main actresses in the industry. He expressed that social media plays a massive role in today’s generation, and people cannot escape simply with anything. He remembered the famous #MeeToo movement and stated:
“We know that this is prevalent in society. But one needs to look at the upside, which is the fact that things are changing. You know how you have a situation in society where you have something like social media and stuff you can’t get away with anything you know, and people will call you out, and it’s a really good thing like I would say when was it 2017 if I’m not mistaken like the ‘me too’ movement was how was made possible through social media you know people connecting with each other sharing stories making public instances in where they’ve been wrong, so I think things are looking up you know we’ve come a long way as a society.”