I Still Love Ranbir; Feelings and Emotions are Layered: Deepika Padukone


I Still Love Ranbir; Feelings and Emotions are Layered: Deepika Padukone

Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone are busy promoting their movie Tamasha. The Imtiaz Ali movie, which is all set to release on November 27th, is much awaited by everyone. In an interview with Times of India, Deepika spoke about her true feelings for her Tamasha co-star Ranbir Kapoor.

When asked if she still loved her ex-boyfriend and Tamasha co-star Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika said, “Of course I do. I don’t think that every feeling has to be broken down as I don’t believe that emotions are unidimensional anyway. Feelings and emotions are very layered. He is someone I have always loved and someone I will always be extremely possessive about and very protective about. When I read about him, when I see his work, good bad whatever it is, I have my own monologue that is going on in my head and which I do share with him. I might even pick up the phone and talk to him immediately. There was a phase he was going through where I felt that his behaviour had changed a bit (I didn’t know it was intentional or had he become that person or it was misinterpreted). But it bothered me a lot. We are not in each other’s lives to know whether the change was permanent or it was completely fabricated. But the point is the things about him that were being reported, I felt that I had the right to pick up the phone on him and tell him that what was going on was not correct. Similarly with his film, the minute I see his work, I will tell him. Likewise, he will see my films and tell me what he liked and what he didn’t like. I can pick up the phone on him and say that why did you do Besharam. Of course, we are individual people at the end of the day and will still do what we have to do, but we have that comfort with each other where we can say that to each other.”

When Ranbir was asked the same question, he said, “Yes of course. The amount of love I have for Deepika is like family. It’s very warm, it’s about care, about being proud of her. The facet of love, care and respect has changed but changed for the better. It’s not your immature I love her kind of feeling. It’s mature and that’s come with age. Also, we have both positively moved on with our lives.”

Well, what do you think of that. Aren’t these two the cutest ex-lovers?