What were Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone discussing? We haven't a clue, but we've got some theories
There's a real big clue in the headline: What were Ranveer and Deepika discussing at their Bengaluru reception? There's really little else to add...
Fridays tend to be quite a mystery at Firspost Special Forces HQ — swinging as they do between helter-skelter affairs marked by frantic followups with correspondents, high-power interviews, extreme investigative journalism and the prising of rent from locals; and dead slow news days. Today happens to fall firmly in the latter category.
And on such days, all efforts are devoted to social media to seek out people in need of assistance and step in to offer help a la Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj. Except in our case, we offer help in a somewhat limited capacity and preferably in a capacity that doesn't require much movement or physical exertion.
Rather fortunate then that the Firspost Special Forces Convenor of All Things Social stumbled upon this request for assistance:
— sera 🌸 (@ssuldier) November 22, 2018
Without any credible information relating to the actual content of the conversation, we decided to interpret the situation and in the process, veer off into the deep end (Go ahead and wince, it's fine).
Scenario 1: Expanding the family
Scenario 2: Pop Quiz, Hotshot! Where does Chinese food come from?
Scenario 3: Now that the wedding's all wrapped up, it's time to ask a very important question
Scenario 4: Catching up on common interests
Scenario 5A: Does Deepika think Priyanka Chopra's wedding to Nick Jonas get more coverage in the media?
Scenario 5B: Will Virat Kohli ever tone down his aggressive tendencies?
Scenario 5C: Will the couple open a joint account in either Kotak Mahindra or Axis Bank?
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