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No, we aren’t referring about Deepika Padukone’s look at 2016 MTV Europe Music Awards! We would believe DP would start shooting Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati first, but we are talking about the snippets that were just in of the first look of the actress’ character in Iranian director Majid Majidi’s next ambitious project based in India. She looks unrecognizable to say the least. The gorgeous actress who usually looks like a diva was seen walking the streets of Mumbai as a rag picker with torn clothes. Yes, that’s what we can predict from the first few pictures of Deepika that has now gone viral on the Internet.
It has been reported that the casting director of the film, Honey Trehan spoke about the filmmaker’s plans as she was quoted, “It is an Indian story and will be shot in Mumbai, Delhi, parts of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Kashmir. It will take off towards the year-end or early 2017 and is a signature Majidi film with new takes on relationships and emotional quotients.”
After receiving mixed reactions for outfit and look Deepika Padukone donned at MTV EMA red carpet which was thigh-high slit trail skirt, in military green and olive hues, which she teamed up with an embellished bodice and matching bomber jacket, within India. An international UK daily even labeled it a “Bollywood blunder”.
Unaffected by all this, the Tamasha actress Deepika Padukone who seems to be aware of how gorgeous she is, has moved on.
Suddenly these pictures make us wonder about her fab to rag journey in photos that went viral on the internet. Clearly this makes us believe in one thing that actress can look stunner when she wants to and immediately switch to the methodical actor mode when she wants to. Isn’t that amazing?
Deepika Padukone will be next seen in her Hollywood debut opposite Vin Diesel in xXx: Return of Xander Cage. However, there are no Bollywood movies releasing soon. But the actress will shortly start shooting for SLB’s next, Padmavati alongside Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor.