Ranveer Singh Is Off To Cannes To Join Wife Deepika Padukone

Ranveer Singh is joining his wife Deepika Padukone who is one of the jury members for this years historic film festival.

Ranveer Singh just before leaving for Cannes.

Indian actors at Cannes have been making a huge splash, be it Deepika Padukone or Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who have captured everyone's attention with their spectacular looks. India's bold fashion superstar, however, is yet to arrive with Ranveer Singh all set to join Padukone - his wife - at Cannes, according to reports.

The 'Jayeshbhai Jordaar' actor was spotted at Mumbai airport and decided to perfectly mix comfort and style in his dressing attire. He paired a white sweatshirt with smooth brown track pants, rounding off his looks with sunglasses, a golden cap and a big red bag.

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In an Instagram post, designer Manav Manglani has said that the actor is headed to Cannes. The video in the post shows Ranveer Singh exiting his car and approaching his chauffeur to take what looks like a tablet. Before leaving, Singh gives his driver a warm hug and walks towards the airport.

In Cannes, Ranveer Singh will join his wife Deepika Padukone, who is one of the jury members for this year's historic film festival.

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Announcing Deepika Padukone as one of the jury members, the Cannes Film Festival described the actress as, "Indian Actress, producer, philanthropist, and entrepreneur Deepika Padukone, is a huge star in her country. Actor, producer, philanthropist, and entrepreneur from India. With over 30 feature films to her credit, she made her English language film debut as the female lead in XXX: The Return of Xander Cage, co-starring with Vin Diesel. She is also the principal of Ka Productions, the production company behind Chhapaak and '83, in which she also starred, as well as the upcoming film The Intern. Credits include Gehraiyaan and Padmaavat, as well as the award-winning and critically acclaimed film Piku. In 2015, she set up The Live Love Laugh Foundation, whose programs and initiatives aim to destigmatize mental illness and raise awareness about the importance of mental health. In 2018, Time Magazine named her one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World."