Deepika’s new photoshoot created a storm on social media, see beautiful photos

Bollywood’s top actress Deepika Padukone is praised for her beauty. Deepika has flown her fame not only in the country but also abroad with her strong acting and beauty. Like other Bollywood actresses, Deepika also likes to be active on social media. She especially likes to be active on Instagram. Here, she keeps sharing her photos and videos regulary. Recently too, Deepika has shared pictures of her photoshoot from Instagram account. So let’s have a look at the pictures of Deepika’s new photoshoot-

Deepika is seen in a black backless gown in this photo. This gown suits Deepika very well.

Deepika is looking no less than a princess in this red color gown. This look of Deepika is being most liked on social media.

Deepika is looking very beautiful and glamorous in this dress of Black and Golden Check.

Deepika is wearing this black color dress. Also, her black boots are making his dress even better. Talk about the work, Deepika Padukone has recently completed shooting for the film ‘Chhapak’. In this film, Deepika will be seen in the role of Acid Survivor Laxmi Aggarwal. In this film, Vikrant Massey will also be seen in an important role along with Deepika. The film will be released next year.

After ‘Chhapak’, Deepika is going to be seen in ’83’ film. In this film, Ranveer Singh is going to be seen in the role of Kapil Dev. At the same time, Deepika is going to play the character of Kapil Dev’s wife Romi Dev. The film ’83’ is based on the story of India’s victory in the 1983 Cricket World Cup.

Apart from Ranveer Singh, the film also stars Saqib Salim, R Badri, Hardy Sandhu, Chirag Patil, Pankaj Tripathi, Ammi Virk and Sahil Khattar. The film is to be released on 10 April next year. After marriage, Deepika and Ranveer Singh are going to be seen together in a film for the first time.

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