7 crazy facts about Bollywood Diva Deepika Padukone

Deepika Padukone is respectful and down to earth as many of the other Celebrities have mentioned. Her popularity is clearly well deserved. Sedulous Deepika shattered the hearts of many teen boys when she tied a knot with the handsome and dashing Ranveer Singh.

7 crazy facts about Bollywood Diva Deepika Padukone 7 crazy facts about Bollywood Diva Deepika Padukone Source : Press

Deepika Padukone is a lot more than just a pretty face. You may know her as a Diva and a superstar but Deepika has many appreciable qualities and not many people are aware of the capabilities of the beautiful and one of the highest paid actresses in the country.  Here are 7 crazy facts about the Bollywood Diva Deepika Padukone, you didn’t know about.

1. Hardworking and tireless Deepika, For her character of a blind girl in the movie “lafangeyParindey”, Observed blind people and rehearsed her scenes blindfolded. 

2. She learnt and developed multiple ancient skills such as horse riding, sword fighting and martial arts for her role of a warrior princess in the film “Bajirao Mastani” 

3. Even after many critics being disappointed with Deepika’s performances, Her hard work landed her on a much bigger worldwide platform in 2017, when she was casted in the action film “XXX: Return of dander cage” with Vin Diesel as her opposite. 

4. Daughter of a professional badminton player Prakash Padukone, Deepika played badminton on a national level but not many people are aware that she also played baseball on a state level. 

5. Deepika received a bouquet and a hand written note from Amitabh Bachchan, the man himself, for the appreciation of her performance in “Ramleela”.  

6. The actress rejected 3 movies because of the opposite cast, Salman Khan, in the past. 

7. She has the following records under her name.

  • Most beautiful Indian (people India Magazine)
  • Most desirable Indian ( TOI )
  • World’s sexiest woman (FHM India)
  • Hot 100 ( Maxin India)
  • Special Achievement Award ( CNN IBN Indian of the year 2013)