Kalki 2898 AD: Deepika Padukone Receives Big Cheers From Ranveer Singh, Calls Her ‘Queen Of Big Screen’


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Ranveer Singh cheers for wife Deepika Padukone

Ranveer Singh cheers for wife Deepika Padukone

Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone will be welcoming their first baby this year, in the month of September.

Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone, who are also expecting their first child together, are couple goals. They are also each other’s biggest cheerleaders and have come a long way in showbiz with their professional endeavours. On Saturday, the former took to social media handle to give a shout out to his mom-to-be wife. Deepika Padukone launched a new poster of herself from Kalki 2898 AD ahead of the film’s trailer launch. 

Ranveer shared the poster on his Instagram handle and wrote, ‘The Queen Of The Big Screen’ and tagged Deepika with a crown emoji.

Earlier yesterday, Deepika shared the poster on her Instagram handle and wrote, “The hope begins with her #Kalki2898AD Trailer out Tomorrow.” Deepika was seen wearing a brown costume while a dystopian city was seen in the background.

Ranveer Singh was among the first ones to fanboy over the poster. The actor, who is married to Deepika, took to the comments section and wrote, “B O O M stunner!” Take a look at the poster below:

Kalki 2898 AD marks Deepika’s first Telugu film. She will share the screen with Prabhas, Amitabh Bachchan, Kamal Haasan, and Disha Patani.

In a recent interview with Deadline, Prabhas, revealed that Kalki 2898 AD is “made for international audiences.” He stated, “The whole film is made for international audiences. That’s why it’s the highest budget, and we’ve got the best actors in the country.” Discussing his title as a pan-Indian star, he added, “We were hearing for the first time people calling me ‘pan-Indian’. That doesn’t really affect me, but it’s a good feeling to think that people around the country like me now.”

Previously, Nag Ashwin opened up about the timeline of the film. At the Synapse 2024 event in Gurgaon, Nag Ashwin revealed that the film’s timeline will commence with Mahabharat. He stated, “The film starts with Mahabharat and ends in 2898 AD. It spans 6000 years in time. We tried to create worlds, imagining what they would be like while still keeping it Indian, and not making it look like Blade Runner. The film begins 6000 years behind 2898 AD is 3102 BC, which is when the last avatar of Krishna is believed to have passed.”

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