Ranveer Singh’s New Magazine Cover Is Quite Intriguing but We Wish If Deepika Padukone Was a Part of It Too – View Pic
Ranveer Singh's new magazine cover (Pic Credit: Filmfare Instagram)

Here comes the man of the honour! The most talked about actor in the industry today, for different reasons, of course, Ranveer Singh is definitely the one we have our eyes on. His smooth transition from being a bachelor to a happily married guy was quite envious but his happiness is all that matters in the end. His journey from a Band Bajaa Baraat boy to the menacing Alauddin Khilji is inspiring and applause-worthy at the same time. One of the 'fashionisters' in the industry today, RS has always been loud when it comes to his fashion choices. He would pick an all red attire or would be willing to support gender fluidity with his range of fashion attires. Ranveer is definitely someone who would keep you on your toes all day, every day. The Lootera star is the cover boy for Filmfare's December issue but we have some qualms about his solo outing. Ranveer Singh-Deepika Padukone Wedding Reception: Rival Katrina Kaif Gets An Invite But It is Not The Bride Who Did The Honours!

Since the dashing actor recently married his ladylove, Deepika Padukone, we wondered if the couple would come together to pose for a post-wedding photo shoot for a leading magazine. While DeepVeer has previously shot together for Vogue India, this new photoshoot would have been significant, courtesy their new relationship tag. Dressed in a black sheer shirt with matching embroidered jacket and trousers, Ranveer is slaying is his all back avatar. Don't blame us if we think the actor was trying to reminisce his 'Khilji' avatar by giving some modern twist to it. Ranveer Singh And Deepika Padukone Dance Their Hearts Out At The Bash Hosted By Ritika Bhavnani; View Pictures.

Ranveer is definitely the guy this year belongs to. From his next release Simmba to his upcoming projects that are interesting enough, the actor is all set to woo his fan base further. With movies like Gully Boy and '83 in his kitty, he's trying to attempt different genres with different filmmakers and we can only be glad for it. On that note, let's raise a toast to his happy-go-lucky guy and wish him oodles of success for his upcoming years.