If there was anyone that turned heads at the Cannes Film Festival this year, it was none other than Deepika Padukone; no questions asked. The world awaited as Deepika stepped out on to the red carpet earlier this year and made headlines the world over. She stunned in a voluminous, neon tulle gown by Giambattista Valli and it was unique anything anyone had ever seen before. There is a reason why Deepika is the undisputed style star of Bollywood and beyond. No matter what she steps out wearing, the Padmaavat actress leaves heads turning and always knows how to make a statement.
In a recent video posted by celebrity hairstylist Gabriel Georgiou shows how Deepika reacted the first time she saw the gown she would be wearing to grace the red carpet with. The video shows the actress walking into her hotel room at the French Riviera. Upon seeing the gown, DP looks completely shocked and is absolutely speechless. Her reaction has her staff visibly in splits. She then resorts to calling it 'incredible' after which she falls on the bed and says that she is 'dead' seeing the creation. At this time, all Deepika is probably thinking about is how she is going to look while walking the red carpet in this dress.
The video then shows her hairstylist sporting her head gear which she accessorised with and they all share a ‘bhangra’ before getting DP read for the show! The gorgeous Giambattista Valli gown had a long train and was coupled with baby pink bows. Reacting to her look then, hubby Ranveer Singh had posted, “UN FREAKING REAL.” Praising Deepika’s smiling closeup picture, Ranveer commented, “Wow ....... I mean ..... WOW !!!!!!!!!!!|” He also wrote, “Hahahahahahaah yeeeeehaaaaaaah baby let em know”
Deepika currently has her hands full with Meghna Gulzar's Chhapaak and Kabir Khan's '83. In the former, she plays acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal. In the latter, which is based on Kapil Dev's journey during India's world cup victory in 1983, she plays Ranveer's on-screen wife. The films are slated for release in January and April, respectively.