Saturday, 6 January 2018

8 Pictures of Deepika Padukone which are too weird to handle!

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Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone turns 32 today. The actress was born on 5 January 1986 in Copenhagen, Denmark to Konkani-speaking parents.


Deepika is one of the successful actress in bollywood. The actress has come a long way, all thanks to her dedication and hard-work and of course a good choice of stylist. The lady has transformed her looks, style and basically everything.


Well, today we are going to show you some worst pictures of the actress which she does not want you to see!

The actress started her career with a Kannada movie, Aishwarya in 2006. Her next big south Indian venture was an animated movie, Kochadaiiyaan opposite the living legend, Rajnikanth.


Since her childhood, badminton was at the centre of her dreams. But she always felt a strong urge to pursue her career as an actress.

She started her modelling career with a fashion show at the National Law School, Bangalore. Over the years, she appeared in the modelling assignments of Liril, Dabur, Close-up, etc. At quiet a young age, she became the international spokesperson of the cosmetics brand, Maybelline.

Chandni Chowk To China will always be remembered as a big dark, ugly blot in Deepika’s career. Not only it created doubts over her acting credibility but also questioned her fashion sense.


She credits Himesh for bringing her face on the television for the first time. After this venture, Farah Khan gave her the perfect launch with Om Shanti Om.


Deepika tasted true success when she proved her acting mettle with Homi Adajania’s Cocktail opposite Saif Ali Khan. The film got positive reviews from the critics and was a Box Office success.


Post the release of Cocktail, there was no turning back for Deepika Padukone. Deepika ruled at the BO with back to back three hit films in her kitty i.e., Piku, Tamasha and Bajirao Mastani.


Deepika Padukone will be next seen in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s upcoming film, which will be based on the life of Rani Padmavati.

credits: zimbio

via BollyBytes

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