Bollywood's leading lady Deepika Padukone’s magnum opus PADMAAVAT will hit the theaters in next two days.
Since the time the movie has been under constant radar and surrounded by controversies, the team isn’t promoting the film. Deepika too isn’t seen on many cover pages off lately. She recently featured on the cover of Open Magazine before the release of her magnum opus PADMAAVAT on January 25th.
Deepika looks charming in the monochromic close up image and we are smitten by her dimples as always. Dazzling Deepika on the cover speaks about her stardom and unveiled lesser known aspects and instances from her life of Deepika. The magazine also quotes some of Deepika's closest folks and confidantes.
The magazine quotes film makers who have worked with the actress. With the visionary film maker Sanjay Leela Bhansali terming Deepika as being a 'dream to work with' to directors like Imtiaz Ali and Shoojit Sircar sharing their fondness and awe for the actress, Open Magazine's cover story highlights details of Deepika's career.
Deepika is currently amongst one of the highest paid actresses of B-Town. To our surprise, Deepika's sister Anisha Padukone spills the beans on why Deepika is nothing short of being just another Indian girl with a sportsman spirit.
Being touted as a universal phenomenon, Deepika is regarded as one of the few Bollywood personalities who has charmed the audience and etched her persona beyond the silver screen.
Apart from shining in Bollywood she has a global audience base that never falls short of watching the actress. Beautifully summing up Deepika's super stardom, Ranveer Singh concludes, “She runs her own show!”.
The actress gave a shoutout to the story on social media and wrote, "almost everyday we discover something new about ourselves...sometimes on our own & sometimes from the people around us.Thank You @Openthemag for this most wonderful write up!??"
In time for the release of Deepika Padukone's PADMAAVAT, Open Magazine's cover story celebrates the larger than life inspiring story of Deepika Padukone.