Mom-to-be Deepika Padukone shares happy photos amid trolling; fans call her ‘ray of sunshine’

Deepika Padukone lit up Instagram on Friday morning, sharing a series of cheerful photos in a sunny yellow dress, flashing her million-dollar smile. The soon-to-be mom delighted fans with her pregnancy glow, and her followers couldn’t help but call her a “ray of sunshine.”

In the bright-eyed pictures, Deepika is seen smiling away, radiating happiness and warmth. Earlier this year, Deepika and her husband, actor Ranveer Singh, took to Instagram to announce their pregnancy, expressing their excitement as they prepare to welcome their baby in September.


Although Deepika has been keeping a low profile, she was recently spotted casting her vote in Mumbai on May 20. She was seen twinning with Ranveer in a stylish white shirt and denim ensemble. Fans poured in their love and admiration for the couple as Deepika flaunted her baby bump with a radiant glow.

Deepika faced some distasteful trolling recently when she stepped out with Ranveer to vote. While Deepika chose not to respond to the negativity, several Bollywood celebrities, including Alia Bhatt, Pooja Bhatt, and Shruti Seth, showed their support by liking a post that called for haters to behave.

Deepika and Ranveer’s love story is nothing short of a fairy tale. The couple dated for six years before tying the knot on November 14, 2018, at a dreamy wedding in Lake Como, Italy. Deepika has often shared their mutual love for children, saying they eagerly anticipated starting their own family.

On the professional front, Deepika was last seen in the blockbuster hit “Jawan” alongside Shah Rukh Khan. She is now gearing up for her role in Rohit Shetty’s “Singham Again,” where she will play Lady Singham. In a recent interview with Deadline, Deepika discussed her work and her decision not to pursue another Hollywood film after “XXX: Return of Xander Cage” in 2017.

She highlighted the growing global interest in Indian cinema, saying, “I don’t think we’ve drastically changed anything in India about the way that we work or the kinds of stories that we tell. I think we’ve always had interesting stories to tell but I do think that what has changed is that the world has opened up to the idea of the East and to India in particular and I think that’s the change—realizing there is a world outside of America.”