When Ranbir Kapoor slammed a reporter for questioning Deepika Padukone’s ‘RK’ tattoo, calling it an ‘incredibly shameful question’

A look back at when Ranbir Kapoor lashed out at a reporter who questioned Deepika Padukone’s RK tattoo (Photo credit: Instagram/deepikapadukone, Wikipedia)

Ranbir Kapoor is one of the most famous actors in Bollywood mainly due to his thoughtful script choices and versatile skills. The actor isn’t shy about calling people out whenever necessary, especially when they’re being disrespectful or mean. A few years ago, the actor openly defended ex-girlfriend Deepika Padukone when asked about his famous RK tattoo, which the actor allegedly got while they were still dating.

For the uninitiated, Ranbir and Deepika were Bollywood’s ‘it’ couple before they called it quits in 2016. Most reports suggest his closeness to Katrina Kaif was the reason for their split, causing Deepika to call it quits. do some digging on Karan Johar. talk show too. However, the ex-couple now have a cordial and friendly relationship as Deepika is now married to Ranveer Singh while Ranbir has a serious relationship with Alia Bhatt.

In 2013, Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone worked together in a romantic comedy movie titled Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani which was a big hit upon its release. During the film’s promotional event, the two actors were bombarded with questions about their personal relationship, most of which they answered with the utmost grace.

According to iDiva, at some point during the event, a reporter asked Deepika Padukone about Ranbir Kapoor’s initials tattooed on the back of her neck, implying that she got it to publicize their previous movie together. , Bachna Ae Haseeno. Before Deepika could answer the question, Ranbir came to her rescue and slammed the reporter because of the nasty question.

“I think that’s an incredibly shameful question. Deepika didn’t get a tattoo for a ‘promotion’. It’s really silly. I don’t think any actor in the film fraternity does things for promotion and marketing a film. We also have a personal life. We do things for a film, but when we come home, we have a life, parents, family, friends. So you have to respect that Ranbir Kapoor said.

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