5 times Deepika, Ranveer dressed exactly like each other

Published: June 10, 2019
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It won’t be wrong to say that Bollywood diva Deepika Padukone’s style sense has become a lot quirkier ever since she tied the knot with Ranveer Singh.

After her looks from the Met Gala and Cannes Film Festival received mixed reviews, the actor was clicked by paparazzi in a white and neon green track suit. Yup… neon green.

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Deepika’s look seemed a little too inspired by her better half and the internet couldn’t stop wondering if it was Ranveer, whose known for an unconventional fashion sense, was the inspiration.

According to a source, Deepika was flying to London to shoot for film-maker Kabir Khan’s film 83, which also stars the Simmba actor in a titular role. After her images from the airport went viral, Twitterati began joking about how she is following in his footsteps. Here are four other times the couple ended up twinning.

The one with the pink

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The Piku star’s Met Gala look from this year reminded us of the time Ranveer boldly wore a baby pink suit with a floral broach. And we loved it!

The one with all the stripes

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This year at Cannes, Deepika turned heads with several different looks. One of our favourites was the blue and white striped pantsuit. The starlet looked like a total boss and we can’t disagree that her husband totally rocked the same suit too.

The one with the colour overload

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Let’s just agree this was one of Ranveer’s most bizarre looks to date. And unfortunately, Deepika followed suit. Not that we’re complaining. She can pull off literally anything!

The one with the gold and white

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Lastly, the couple looked regal in matching outfits on one of their wedding receptions. Deepika dazzled in a shimmery white and gold Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla ensemble while Ranveer wore a worked white and gold sherwani designed by Rohit Bal. A sight for sore eyes, to say the least!

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