One of the most successful and most paid actresses is famous for almost everything from her fashion sense to her sense of humour. She has gained so much of popularity in her entire career. She received many awards too. Recently she was awarded at Lokmat’s Maharashtrian of the Year award function. She got that award under the category of ‘Iconic Performer of The Year.’ The Chief Minister of Maharashtra Mr Devendra Fadnavis awarded her.
While sharing a stage with Mr Fadnavis and other political and media members, she was asked about her opinion about politics. She admitted that she doesn’t know much about politics but if given a chance, she would like to become a minister of Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan. She talked about her passion for cleanliness. She has an obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) regarding cleaning. She said that she can’t see things misplaced and messy.
She also shared a very hilarious event from her past. Her friends used to call her for sleepovers when she was young. Deepika used to think that she is liked by everyone and hence people call her to hang out with them. Later, she realised that they used to call her so that she will clean their rooms and wardrobes because of her cleaning OCD.
Everyone laughed about this incident including Mr Devendra Fadnavis. Deepika herself was laughing while telling. Everyone loved how natural and honest Deepika was on the stage.
Deepika got married to the love of her life Ranveer Singh in November 2018. Their marriage made headlines and internet went gaga over their marriage pictures. In Nykaa Femina Beauty Awards, the couple won a beautiful couple of the year award. Nobody was shocked when the result was announced because everyone knew how much this couple deserve this award.
Deepika will be seen in Meghana Gulzar’s next movie called ‘Chhapak.’ This movie is based on the life of Acid Attack Survivor Laxmi Agrawal. She is also planning to open her production house but no declaration from her end is made yet.
By selecting films wisely, Deepika is giving vibes of blockbuster and ‘full of good films’ year ahead.