Deepika Padukone is probably one of the most gorgeous women in the world. She is also incredibly talented and she has shown in her career choices that she is really versatile as well. Whether it's the family slice-of-life film Piku or the intense Padmaavat, the actress has shown her talent in any and every film. She has also been at Cannes and slayed it literally with her avante garde looks and her killer smile.
Since it's summer and yellow/mustard is the look of the season, here are all the times Deepika Padukone has slayed the color effortlessly.
Armed with big glasses and a bunch of golden statement earrings this was THE look.
Technically not a pure yellow but yellow nonetheless, this yellow vintage Zac Posen dress with a striped coat-styled-as-cape hung loosely over her back, Deepika Padukone owned the color like a boss.
She wore this classic yellow style with pizzazz.
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She keeps it casual with a yellow shirt that is simple yet elegant.
This off the shoulder, silk Ralph Lauren number though.
Deepika Padukone's diwali. Such a cutie.
When Deepika met Martin Scorsese, it was all yellow.
Very little yellow here but we needed an excuse to share this.
Deepika Padukone has slayed in various colors (and that's a post for another time) but safe to say Deepika can own the color yellow like nobody's business. On the work front, Deepika will be seen in Meghna Gulzar's Chhapaak and will be protraying the role of an acid attack survivor with the name of Malti. The role is loosely based on the real life acid attack survivor Laxmi Aggarwaal. Best of luck to you, Deeps!