Deepika Padukone is binge-watching this series these days
Deepika is one of the most talented actresses in Bollywood. She has set a mark and made it big in the industry already. However, this isn’t stopping her from achieving bigger. The actress is still on the journey of doing some more super amazing films. Moreover, she is back already to entertain her audiences.
Recently, Deepika has come back to the big screen after a short break after her marriage to Ranveer Singh. Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh tied the knot last year. They truly make one lovely pair. Ranveer has just given a big hit “Gully Boy”. He is also working on his next film based on 1983 cricket world cup. Moreover, Ranveer has also launched his music label recently.
Talking about Deepika, the actress is working on Meghna Gulzaar’s Chhapaak. Chhapaak is a movie based on acid attack survivor Lakshmi Aggrawal. It portrays the life of an acid attack survivor, their difficulties and celebrates their courage. Lakshmi’s story is a true inspiration. It shows how courageously she led her life after the attack. The movie also is getting much appreciation from the fans and people in the industry.
However, Deepika has also worked really hard to prepare for the role. Furthermore, she has been spending a lot of time researching. In addition to that, she read various stories of acid attack survivors in India. She was also helped by Lakshmi herself. Furthermore, Lakshmi provided every little detail about her life and the stories of other victims. The first poster of the movie was released to much applause as it instantly connected everyone to the subject of the movie.
Speaking of playing such characters, these are very sensitive topics. Talking, living and thinking about this whole day may affect a person emotionally. Also, the shoots can get tired sometimes. This is why Deepika has found her solace in a light-hearted series. She is been binge watching Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. It is a fun series with amazing comic timing. Deepika is
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