Deepika Padukone's Best Roles Revisited On Her Birthday

On the off chance if Deepika Padukone was a male actor, the three Khans would be running for cover at this point. The star who turns 30 today has not conveyed a failure since 2012 – the widely praised Finding Fanny being the main BO special case. In 2015 itself, she gave us the obstruction comic drama Piku, standing her ground against prepared entertainers such as Amitabh Bachchan and Irrfan Khan. 

The 'living goddess' was back in Bajirao Mastani – playing a princess who cheerfully turned into the other lady for love. Imtiaz Ali's Tamasha – which utilized stage as a metaphor forever – underused Deepika however couldn't conceal her stun. 

We won't examine the crores her movies make, we won't discuss her image esteem and enormous names she supports, we won't even discuss how in an industry loaded with flexible mannequins, she has over and over stood her ground. Rather, the theme today is significantly more transient yet an absolute necessity examine on the off chance that we are discussing a Bollywood courageous woman – her style remainder. 

While Sonam Kapoor has long been named Bollywood's style diva, it is Deepika that the young lady out in the city regularly takes after. From her dressed down Piku style to Bajirao bling, we love to simply duplicate and duplicate Deepika's style. On the off chance that you don't trust us, ask your neighborhood darzi. 

1. Bajirao Mastani: The clothes we went to marriages in 

The brides wore them. The brides' moms wore them. Her sisters, cousins and other grouped relatives wore them. When you went wedding shopping, you were really demonstrated the Mastani lehengas. 

Deepika Padukon

2. Tamasha: The clothes we traveled in 

Those fantastic little skirts, headbands, minibags and scarfs. We wore them to Corsica, and Goa, and some other beach we went by. Style streets the nation over had the accurate reproduction of the white shirt with red lips on it. 

3. Piku: The clothes we walked city's streets in 

A style mark really turned out with Piku Melange look! We just called it our regular clothes – the ones in which we battled autowallas, confronted ordinary oppression of routine and did the shopping for food. Free kurta, palazzo pants and the small little bindi. 

4. Ram-Leela: The clothes we moved in 

Those voluminous lehengas and sparkling make-up was ideal for a trad night-out. Like garbas and wedding sangeets. We even took after the hair and cosmetics instructional exercises on YouTube to get it simply right.

Ram Leela

5. Ye Jawaani Hai Deewani: The clothes in which we struck them dead 

A nerdy student who transforms into a style diva – you know, the Cinderella story each young lady loves. We loved Deepika's Cinderella look – glitz Manish Malhotra sarees and sequined shirts. The area darzi had his hands full making the counterfeits of the blue saree and the dark saree. Bhaiyyaji, woh red Kashmiri tilla dress from Dilliwali girlfriend too.

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