For the 1st time ever, Deepika Padukone has shared her and Hubby: Ranveer Singh’s house floor plan as a ‘map for some weekend travel ideas’.
Deepika Padukone went to her Instagram page and shared the floor plan of Ranveer Singh and her abode located in South Mumbai.
It is a regular deal for Deepika Padukone. As she has been sharing glimpses of her day-to-day activities during the self-quarantine period. Deepika has been doing a lot of household chores lately like cleaning her closet, indulging in self-care, working out, binging on desserts and much more to mention. She was all set to share a video of hers washing utensils at home but Katrina Kaif did it first, but that didn’t discourage Deepika from doing what she wanted as she reposted her video on her Instagram. Now, when the 1st weekend of this 3-week lockdown has arrived (which doesn’t seem like), Deepika showed her upcoming plans too.
The dimpled beauty posted a pic of her house floor plan and oh my, the actor lives in a huge home. Her home consists of a living area with dining and kitchen. Deepika lives in a two-bedroom apartment with 2 walk-in closets, baths. Additionally, the actor also has a balcony attached to her flat which we got to see during Janata curfew.
Deepika captioned her post with the words,
“Looking at the map for some weekend travel ideas… #travel #home”
Have a look at her post below:
Sometime back while talking about her obsession with cleanliness, Deepika revealed,
“I love doing my work. I love filing and doing paperwork. Also, I am a cleanliness freak. I have an OCD about cleaning. I start cleaning everything if I see a messy place. I have even cleaned public toilets.”
Deepika didn’t stop at that and shared,
“I wash dishes at home in Bengaluru. Nothing has changed for me in terms of relationships back home. I am still the same girl for them, my parents are proud of me. Our lifestyle in Bangalore hasn’t changed. If I ever change, my father will lock me in the storeroom. He used to lock me in the storeroom of our kitchen to punish me when I was a child.”