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Deepika Padukone’s Clinic Visit Confirms Pregnancy Rumours?


Deepika Padukone triggered pregnancy rumours a few days ago when she shared her photos from childhood. Netizens could not stop themselves from questioning whether Deepveer was finally extending their family. However, there was no positive response from either Deepika or Ranveer Singh.

But when the “Padmavat” actress was seen visiting a clinic, it once again sparked rumours about her pregnancy. Although the couple is yet to come out with a confirmation, it seems most unlikely as she was not accompanied by her husband. As is a natural thing, such visits are always made together so Deepika Padukone pregnancy may not be the reason. The report that Deepika has not signed a single movie after Chappak also added fuel to these rumours.

Deepika And Ranveer Not In Parenting Mode

In a recent interview, Deepika Padukone stated that like every couple, they also want children and to extend their family. But at present, they are selfishly focused on their careers and thus are not in parenting mode. While Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone’s 83 is eagerly awaited, the actress is also very much ambitious about Chappak, a flick based on acid attack victim and crusader, Laxmi Agarwal’s life.

Deepika is also the producer of Chappak which will be directed by Meghna Gulzar. Importantly, she is also producing a movie on Draupadi, the legendary character in Mahabharta. The “Piku” actress will be portraying the role of the lead character and the story will unfold according to the perspective of Draupadi.

Along with the co-producer of the movie, Madhu Mantena, Deepika wants to ensure that the message of the film reaches across the border and people understand Mahabharata from another perspective once again. With so many projects in hand, there is a small chance of Deepika and Ranveer thinking of having a family so soon. So why was Deepika in a clinic? It can be answered only by the “Cocktail” actress or her “Simmba” star husband.

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