Ranveer Singh wraps up England schedule of '83', Watch video!

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Actor Ranveer Singh that has been stationed in London for almost two weeks to the shoot of the forthcoming movie'83 has been spotted at a soccer game in the North London derby on Sunday. The actor was joined by his wife Deepika Padukone on the sets earlier in June.

While announcing the wrap of the shoot, the Gully Boy actor was quick to share the news on Instagram with a video where he is seen raising the toast. He had been busy filming the movie in London for months now and it was Ranveer Singh, who will play Kapil Dev in the fillm, who was keeping us in loop with what's going on in there.

He also shared a smiling picture of Deepika on Instagram and wrote, "High on Cake, Happy birthdate to me".

The extended Europe schedule of director Kabir Khan's '83 finally came to an end yesterday.

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Ranveer went to England in May along with the film's cast and crew. The actress is playing the role of Kapil Dev's Romi Dev in the film.

Directed by Kabir Khan, 83 features several actors including Harrdy Sandhu (Madan Lal), Saqib Saleem (Mohinder Amarnath), Tahir Raj Bhasin (Sunil Gavaskar), Ammy Virk (Balwinder Sandhu), Tamil actor Jiiva (Krishnamachari Srikkanth) and Sahil Khattar (Syed Kirmani) among others. The film '83 is scheduled to hit the theaters on April 10, 2020.

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