Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone dated for many years before they decided to part ways. Of course, that’s all history now, they’ve moved on and are happily married to their respective partners, Alia Bhatt and Ranveer Singh. However, fans continue to dish out old videos and love their chemistry on-screen always. An old video of Ranbir and DP has now gone viral again where they answered rapid fire questions about each other during an interview.
Ranbir was asked about the one thing which Deepika cannot do without and he said, ‘Masala Dosa.’ He had said she’s addicted to masala dosa, sambhar chutney and needs it everyday.He also spoke about Deepika’s anger despite the fact that DP told him not to. Ranbir recalled an incident during an interview with Zoom and said that once Deepika was on the phone ordering something and Ranbir was constantly irritating her. So, Deepika got so angry that she broke the phone. “It’s like uske andar ki kaali maa bahar aa gayi. I nearly peed in my pants seeing that side of her. So, she has a strong angry side but she doesn’t expose that often,” laughed Ranbir.
When DP was asked about what makes Ranbir angry, she responded, “he is emotionless.” She further pointed out the one thing which Ranbir cannot live without and it’s good food. She said that he needs fabulous food in every meal.
During this conversation, Ranbir also said that, Deepika should be with a guy like him, he has all the qualities in him which could match up to what DP is looking for in a man. In response to that, Deepika joked, “He doesn’t meet any of my expectations.”
Ranbir and Deepika have worked together in many movies like ‘Bachna Ae Haseeno’, ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’, ‘Tamasha‘.

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