Star Screen Awards 2018: Deepika Padukone tears up at Ranveer Singh's best actor acceptance speech

Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh attended the recent Star Screen Awards, which were held in Mumbai on 16 December.

FP Staff December 17, 2018 14:06:49 IST
Star Screen Awards 2018: Deepika Padukone tears up at Ranveer Singh's best actor acceptance speech

The Star Screen Awards 2018 were held in Mumbai on 16 December. Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt and Rajkummar Rao were emerged as big winners at the event. Singh received the award for Best Actor for his work in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's historical romantic drama Padmaavat. In his acceptance speech, the actor thanked his wife Deepika Padukone and also dedicated the award to his grandmother who passed away this year.

Singh said, "I didn’t get the queen in the film (Padmaavat), but in real life, I have got my queen. Baby, I love you. In the past six years, if I have achieved anything, it is because you have kept me grounded and centered. So thank you for everything and I love you," (sic)


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"In the film (Padmaavat), I maybe didn't get the queen but in real life I got my queen. Baby, I love you, in the past six years, if I have acheived anything, it's because you've kept me grounded and centred, thank you for everything, and I love you" - Ranveer Singh (2018) It's @ranveersbabe on Twitter #deepveer #deepikapadukone #ranveersingh #deepveernews خطاب رانو لما فاز ب جائزة أفضل ممثل : في الفيلم ( بادمافات) لم احصل على الملكة ، لكن في الحياة الحقيقية حصلت على ملكتي، حبيبتي انا أحبك. في الست سنوات التي مضت اذا انجزت اي شيء فكان لانك جعلتني على الارض و مركز . شكرا على كل شيء وانا أحبك امووووووت اموووت بجننو شنو هاد الكلام

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Singh will be next seen in Rohit Shetty's Simmba opposite Sara Ali Khan. His film Gully Boy, also starring Alia Bhatt and Kalki Koechlin will have its world premiere at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival.

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