“From dancing on Balam Pichkari to blowing all hearts away in Dilliwali girlfriend”
Not only men, but Deepika can even turn on women too. The best part is that she can wear anything from a bikni to dress and look equally good in all. She has unflinchingly spoken up about women’s right. She has managed to use her mass appeal to lift the taboo imposed on several important conversation.
Deepika Padukone made her bollywood debut in the year 2007 in “Om Shanti Om.” From Veronica in Cocktail to Naina in Yeh jawani hai dewaani, this actress has blown our minds completely by her looks and her phenomenal acting skills.
Here’s the 5 times when Deepika Padukone just took our hearts away
Veronica was the kind of girl, Sanskari parents would ask their kids to stay away from. Veronica was inebriated kid who didn’t shy away from sex and swindles. Padukone was never this fierce and fluent in her performance before. This was the beginning of an admirable repertoire.
2. Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani
This college girl was a meek and geek. It’s only after she has discovered herself and her love for Kabir, (Ranbir Kapoor), we see the spark that was inside her. Displaying both the emotions with ease, the actress showed what a good actor can bring to a good part.
A curiously titled film about a dysfunctional Bengali family in Kolkata, Padukone played the eponymous character who juggles between a hectic office life and a cantankerous and constipated father. Deepika with her commanding aura and piquancy, delivered a self-assured performance that felt more real.
There was a lot more in this Imtiaz Ali directorial than the love story of Ved and Tara. Tara was the shine in his life. Padukone infused Tara and it was hard to imagine any other actress who could do better than her.
5. Goliyon ki Raasleela – Ram Leela
This was a volatile, violent, fast-paced and ferocious love story that ultimately became a victim of family friction. Padukone’s godly look just blew the minds of her fans.
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