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Actor Ranveer Singh who has been linked with his 'Ram Leela' co-star Deepika Padukone for a while, kept parrying questions on his rumoured affair with the actress during an interaction with media here on his film 'Gunday' and asked them to focus on the upcoming release.
Deepika, who turned 28 on January 5 apparently spent her birthday with Ranveer and the couple was spotted together in New York.
Last evening, when Ranveer turned up for the press conference of 'Gunday', the media kept asking questions about Deepika and their reported outing together.
For a while, Ranveer stayed mum and let his 'Gunday' co-star Arjun Kapoor and director Ali Abbas do the speaking. Both answered the constant queries on Ranveer's behalf sportingly.
Ranveer too took some questions on romance and said, "Love is truly in the air I am in love with my team and releasing the film on the day of love. I am proud of my team."
But when the media kept badgering him on his personal life, the exasperated actor said, "Focus on 'Gunday'."
"It is action drama film... YRF is producing it, starring Arjun, Priyanka and myself and is directed by Ali Abbas. It releases on February 14... do come and watch it. Next question please."
However when curious reporters refused to relent, he seemed to lose his cool and asked, "What is this happening, is this the 'Gunday' film press conference or my interrogation."
Recently, Deepika too evaded questions on Ranveer on Karan Johar's chat show 'Koffee with Karan' when she was asked about her supposed boyfriend and instead asked, "Am I dating him?".
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