Professional Timeline! These Puissant Performances Lead Deepika Padukone In Rush Hours Of Headlines
Ankita Chetana |Jan 09, 2020, 15:19
After a couple of years absent from the screen, Deepika Padukone has been on the news for her much-awaited film “Chhapaak”. But these nominated films shone her career to the top of glory as now.
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Not coming from a family with film tradition, Deepika Padukone has been rising as an A-class Bollywood star. Coming back with the much-talked movie Chhapaak, the diva has fulfilled the gap of 2 years since her last release Padmaavat. In the entertainment world, she has made a stand for the faith accommodation with a kitty of stellar performances in some hits throughout the years.
Turning to be a producer, she strongly emerged her film career to a higher level with the biopic of acid attack victim Laxmi Agarwal. She is currently one of the highest-paid actresses of the tinsel town for certain reasons. On the other hand, the acting path to a bare-experienced girl was not a rosy way. Along with some foozles, she has validated her acting skill through a series of films and now we come to the lists.
Om Shanti Om
Born to shine is exactly a phrase to describe Deepika Padukone when in her debut film Om Shanti Om, she shone brightly as a skillful star. Essaying the dual characters, the actress performed perfectly as a superstar of the 70s reign named Shantipriya and ambitious lady Sandy joining Om Kapoor (Played by Shah Rukh Khan).
Despite her initial time to enter the films, the actress has opened a new look for everyone as acting talent. She lifted up the audience’s emotion by her image when begging Mukesh Mehra (by Arjun Rampal) and then transitioned it to a different stage of admiring her favorite star with self-confidence.
Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali brought to the filmy industry a masterpiece of a visual package with the appearance of Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone. In the film, the actress played as a female courageous warrior fighting together with Ranveer, which is an archetype for her beauty and essence.
Translating the chemistry from their real-life into the magical reel-life romance, the couple made it to the amplitude under Sanjay’s directorial only. The epic love which streamed a heartbreaking story and dazzled the screenplay turned us into goosebumps.
We have called Piku a rom-com but on the other side to say, the film pared down to the stuff happening inside a car. Forget its category, what we need to dig into are the delight of the film and our diva’s performance. She played as Piku, a modern lady with a scolding personality and went crazy when her father took his potty to her meetings and distracted her dates. Amitabh Bachchan portrayed the role of Piku’s father in the film who always obsesses with his bowel.
Needless to say, she was perfect for the role, especially when she finds it vulnerable to try for a young girl wreathed in smiles though she has been proposed for marriage. Amongst her kitty of films, Piku marks an important milestone to show off her talent in B-town.
Impressing the Bollywood fans with her debut in the 2007 film Om Shanti Om, the actress walked a hard road to success with her later film choices. After a series of different films, she signed up for Cocktail in 2012 and the movie helped to promote her acting career when people paid attention to her performance. One year later, she joined two hits including Chennai Express and Yeh Jaawani Hai Deewani.
Chennai Express has changed the audience’s view of the actress when she jungled with a comic image. The actress’s scrawny shoulders assumed the importance of the Rohit Shetty directorial plot. She was in the form of a Tamil girl named Meenalochni Azhagusundaram who got away from her home as father asked her to marry a man out of her desire. In spite of meeting some criticisms for her Tamil accent, she was highly appreciated for her acting. A well-known dialogue of the actress in the movie which was much-talked up to now is ‘kahan se kharidi aisi bakwas dictionary?’. Running all the factors needed for the film, she received many praises for her fun, charm, strong mind, and natural acting. In her biography of films, Chennai Express covers a prominence to heighten up her position.
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewaani
Life has been surrounded by many surprises and contingency coming anytime and Dr. Naina Talwar (by Deepika Padukone) gifts us a phylactery to overcome it. On her journey, she meets Bunny (by Ranbir Kapoor) who has arrived in many destinations in the world to find a key to happiness but failed to do it.
She is a savor of our lost soul by a famous saying that sometimes trying hard will lead you out of the other things of life, what we need to do is cherish the present moments. Through a sweet voice to the man breaking her heart, no other actresses could have played Dr. Naina better than the 34-year-old actress. She is not a kind of dream girl but absolutely a powerful source of spirit supplying Bunny in time to wake him up off the illusion.
xXx: Return of Xander Cage
Reaching out of Bollywood, the gorgeous diva had to team up with two enduring action stars such as Hollywood actor Vin Diesel and Donnie Yen from Hong Kong. It could be thought that she couldn’t handle the genre with a non-prime experience but she was dapper to the action film.
Juggling the sense of drama and humor into the movie, her role achieved the glamour. Ever since in her professional package, xXx: Return of Xander Cage is the highest-grossing movie of the actress. Of course, with her stellar performance, she has been invited to portray in the next part of the film.
Prior to her upcoming movie Chhapaak, the actress’s latest release Padmaavat was a blockbuster at the box office. The film also marked the fourth collaboration between her and her hubby Ranveer Singh. She played as queen Padmavati while the character of her husband was essayed by Shahid Kapoor. Ranveer portrayed the role of an antagonist named Alauddin Khilji.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film was in some controversies around the narrative, however, her brilliant acting keeps an amazing glory. She has packed all the emotion in every action she made, whether a romantic scene or a powerful image of a queen on the throne.