Deepika Padukone's Dad Reacts to Ranveer Singh Calling Her a "Marriage Material"

And, it's quite legit!

Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone's love affair has always remained in limelight, whether it's because of their breakup rumours or the couple getting engaged.

Recently, their relationship made the headlines yet again when Ranveer called Deepika "marriage material", and confessed that he'd like to marry her. Wondering what Deepika's father Prakash Padukone has to say about this?!

In interaction with Mid Day, he reacted in a pretty logical way, saying that, "They are adults and know what they are doing. As father, I have given Deepika the freedom to take her own decisions. Even in this case, she is free to decide whatever she wants to do."

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Isn't it incredibly sweet of him!

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