Deepika Padukone carves a niche in Forbes India

ADVERTISEMENT

Actress Deepika Padukone has made it once again to the title of 'World's Most admired women list' in 2019! The Global icon who is essaying the real-life roles of Lakshmi in Chhapaak and Romi in 83' Deepika Padukone becomes the first woman to be ranked in the top five of the Forbes India Celebrity 100 list.  Earlier, the actress had garnered the title of 'Most Gorgeous Women in the World from Bollywood' owing to her great work in films and other qualities where Deepika topped the list.

The actress is known for her versatile choice of films and her de-glam role for Chhapaak of 'Lakshmi' is proof that the actress is a perfect blend for strong and powerful roles. Carrying a legacy with her powerful roles and making a striking entry at any event with a classy style statement, Deepika Padukone is the epitome of beauty. The actress is known to endorse various brands and is definitely settings the trends ranking high. The actress is also a successful businesswoman and her recent collaborate with a Greek yogurt company, Epigamia is a witness to the actresses popularity across the world.

After bringing to screen the courage and valor of Rani Padmini, Deepika Padukone is also busy with personifying another tale of bravery and human spirit with Malti, an acid attack survivor. Drawing instances from the life of Laxmi Agarwal, Chhapaak is a story of the strength and integrity of a woman. Helmed by Meghna Gulzar, the film is all set to release on 10th January 2020.

ADVERTISEMENT

Apart from that, the actress confirmed that she will be playing the role of Kapil Dev’s wife, Romi Bhatia in the upcoming Ranveer Singh starrer ‘83. The beautiful couple will be sharing the screen for the first time since their wedding.

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT

LATEST UPDATES

Deepika Padukone carves a niche in Forbes India 2

Frustrated Bumrah kicks 30-yard markers in 2nd ODI

0
Sydney, Nov 30 (IANS) Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah's rough patch in ODI cricket has continued into India's ongoing series against Australia and his frustration...
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
Enable Notifications    OK No thanks