Deepika Padukone and mother Ujjala Padukone were out shopping in Bandra, Mumbai. Deepika Padukone's mom was visiting the actress in Mumbai from Bangalore. Dressed in traditional attire Deepika looked elegant. All pictures/Yogen Shah
To the fact that Deepika Padukone is the most followed Asian Woman on Twitter, Deepika has continued to amass a huge fan following ever since her Bollywood debut. Owing to the actress' immense popularity across various platforms, Deepika Padukone has now marked 24 M followers on Instagram
Deepika Padukone began the year with a bang with the magnum opus Padmaavat. The actress not only won the hearts of the audience but also garnered rave reviews for her apt portrayal of Rani Padmini. The actress also made everyone proud by emerging as the only actress to feature in TIME's 100 influential lists this year. Recently, Deepika Padukone made heads turn with her stunning appearance at the MET Gala and Cannes 2018
Deepika Padukone and mother Ujjala Padukone seen exiting a shop in Bandra. Buzz is that Deepika Padukone has finally approved of a script, which is a female superhero franchise. This will make her amongst the first actresses in Bollywood to embark on such a vehicle. The first two instalments of this franchise are riding on a whopping Rs 300 crore. The report also adds that the yet-untitled project is a high-octane sci-fi story and is currently at the conception stage with the script in the works
Seemingly, makers are drawing inspiration from Hollywood's Gal Gadot starrer, Wonder Woman franchise for Deepika Padukone's film and costumes in it. Talking about it, a source said, "Deepika's avatar is being fashioned after Gal Gadot's in Wonder Woman. The developments have been kept under wraps with a creative team holding discreet meetings with Deepika on a regular basis. Presently, a running bid is on for Rs 300 crore among multiple investors."
Deepika Padukone was supposed to start work on Vishal Bhardwaj's next film but owing to film's actor Irrfan Khan's ill-health, the shoot has been stalled. The film will resume once Irrfan is all hale and hearty. Pictured: Deepika Padukone and mother Ujjala Padukone in Bandra