Deepika apologises to fans, promises to perform better
March 27, 2019
Deepika Padukone is one of the worlds most sought after actresses. Her charisma, beauty and style can turn heads. She put up a splendid performance as Rani Padmavati in ‘the movie Padmaavat, that was directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. Her performance was given thumbs up by critics and her fans worldwide. But Padukone missed the Best Actress Award for the recent Filmfare Awards 2019. Even though everyone expected Padukone to take home the award, Alia Bhatt won the award for her performance in Raazi. Padukone took to social media to apologize to her fans for letting them down.
To all my Fans, Iam sorry I let you all down and promise to work harder than ever before-Deepika Padukone, Actor
Deepika Padukone and her husband Ranveer Singh attended the Filmfare Awards together. Singh won the Critics Best Actor Award.
Padukone might not have won the award, but her fans took to social media to support her.
“filmfare award or not, it doesn't matter because your performance as Rani Padmavati received so much love from the audience and it will go down as one of Bollywood's best performances. You worked so hard for that role and fought endlessly to get it release @deepikapadukone”, tweeted Jenni Deepu.
Padukone is gearing up for her upcoming movie Chhapaak in which she will don the role of Laxmi Agarwal, an acid attack survivor. First look of the poster was released on social media last Monday. Padukone received a lot of praise for the new look in the movie.
Watch in Sign Language
Read more on Newz Hook
- Accessibility April 16, 2019 Voter Helpline in ISL aims to enable India's deaf community to make an informed choice in this election
- Accessibility April 12, 2019 Worthy of international medals, but "mentally unsound" to vote – Why this election will elude Asha Kiran home residents
- Get-hooked April 13, 2019 Trending stories on NewzHook this week!
- Accessibility April 14, 2019 Accessibility issues reported from across India on first phase of voting
- Parasports April 17, 2019 Champ para swimmer Wg Commander Shantanu looks to set a new record, this time in rowing
- Accessibility April 16, 2019 "Court order should set a model for others with mental disabilities", says Bengal MBBS aspirant Tathagata Ghosh
- Headlines April 17, 2019 Notre Dame cathedral in Paris catches fire
- Get-hooked April 16, 2019 Inclusive Bowling event in Pune is the perfect weekend treat
- Parasports April 17, 2019 London will now host the ninth World Para Swimming Championship
- Headlines April 15, 2019 IPL 2019 RCB wins 1st match
Want to feature your inspiring story or share an event with the disabled community? Write to:
Newz Hook - Accessible News