Deepika Padukone Responds with the Sweetest Reply When Asked Which Sports Person She Would Like to Play on Screen
Deepika Padukone was asked which sportsperson she wants to play next, and her reply is too cute to miss. Take a read on who she wants to play on the silver screen!
Deepika Padukone who made her Bollywood debut acting opposite Shah Rukh Khan is one of the lead on-screen characters of Bollywood now. Her last film Padmaavat netted over Rs 300 crore in the cinema world and turned into a blockbuster hit. Her wedding functions which proceeded to turn into the greatest superstar occasion of the year. She has been currently far from the cinemas for over a year and fans are anxious to see her in her next which will release in January one year from now. During an interview, Deepika opened up about her desire to play the character of her dad. At the point when the diva was inquired as to whether there is a games biopic she would need to see being made, the entertainer took her dad — badminton legend Prakash Padukone's name.
“I understand the gender issue (smiles). But if I had to play a sports person, then it would be him or any sports legend from that era. That’s because of what they achieved in the circumstances, within the limited exposure and knowledge versus the kind of funds, facilities and visibility available to athletes today. But in spite of all that, to achieve that greatness and legendary status is commendable. Our yesteryear athletes inspire me,” said Deepika during a meeting with a foreign media outlet.
On the work front, Deepika is part of the sports drama '83 which likewise stars her spouse Ranveer Singh. The entertainer on the cinema will be seen playing the character of Romi Bhatia, spouse of Kapil Dev. They both took it to Ranveer’s social media to share a progression of photographs making the declaration. Aside from '83, Deepika will likewise be seen in Chhapaak, starring opposite Vikrant Massey. The entertainer will next be seen attempting the job of an acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal. The film is opened to discharge in January 2020.