Watch: How Varun’s ‘adopted parents’ Ranveer, Deepika helped him to the loo

CHANDIGARH: Much to his surprise Varun bumped into Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone at the Heathrow Airport.

Watch: How Varun’s ‘adopted parents’ Ranveer, Deepika helped him to the loo

Varun bumped into Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone.

shriaya.dutt@tribuneindia.com

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, March 14

After attending the teaser launch of ‘Kalank’, Varun Dhawan rushed to get on a plane to London for the shooting of his upcoming dance flick ‘ABCD 3’. 

Much to his surprise Varun bumped into Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone at the Heathrow Airport.

Varun shared a goofy video and introduced the couple as his “adopted parents”. 

The three actors can be seen seated in a cart at the airport with Varun in the front and Ranveer and Deepika behind him.

Varun says: "London touchdown...meet my adopted parents..." while Deepika bursts out laughing.

Deepika shared the "parental" duties by the "adopted parents".

She added: “We made sure he’s had his dinner, we made sure he slept well, we made sure he’s had breakfast and we made sure he went to the loo”. 

Varun’s Instagram story, featuring Deepika and Ranveer, has been shared by fan-clubs on Instagram.

Reportedly, Ranveer is flying down to London for the shooting of his sports drama ‘83’. The couple was spotted at the Mumbai airport walking hand-in-hand in winter wear on Wednesday. 

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