Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone’s love chemistry is always the talk of the town but nowadays apart from their chemistry, Deepika’s unchanged surname is also the talk of the town. Everyone in the B-town notices that Deepika hasn’t changed her surname to Bhavnani or Singh after her wedding. Talking about the same, the actress maintained that “it isn’t much important.”.
Two months ago Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone’s had there dreamy wedding at Lake Como in Italy. But both the couples are still in headlines due to their adorable social-media PDA and interviews. All the fans of Deepika are eager to know that whether she will change her surname post her marriage like Sonam Kapoor became Sonam K Ahuja and Priyanka Chopra changed it to Priyanka Chopra Jonas.
According to the Indian custom the married girl has to change their surnames post her marriage. It is a common tradition that woman has to adopt her husband’s surname as her last name officially. But with the change in the time, the tradition had been modified and in this modern world, most of the women prefer using both the maiden and husband’s surnames. But when Deepika Padukone was asked about changing her surname in one of the interviews she replied to it on her social media account saying that “It’s not true. In fact, after that interview, I realised that it’s a conversation (changing surnames) Ranveer and I’ve never had. So, we haven’t been like, ‘oh, do you think you should change your surname?’ That chat was, of course, a candid joke of sorts. It has never crossed either of our minds. When I was asked about it, I was like, ‘oh, we haven’t thought about it’. Maybe because it’s not important. Also, I’ve worked extremely hard to create my own identity and so has he. So, my question is, ‘why would he have to do that?’ I think what people see of us is a very miniscule part of our entire being and existence. But at the core of it, we are very alike”
The 33-year-old actress also further says that, “Maybe because it’s not important. Also, I’ve worked extremely hard to create my own identity and so has he. So, my question is, ‘why would he have to do that?’ I think what people see of us is a very minuscule part of our entire being and existence. But at the core of it, we are very alike.”