Deepika Padukone managed to scoop some time out of her busy schedule and shared a million-dollar throwback picture from her childhood days along with her best friend Divya Narayan
Bollywood's dimple queen Deepika Padukone was seen slaying the social media on Sunday with a hair makeover.
The diva known for her style statements took to Instagram to show off a new shoulder-length haircut and golden-brown highlights. Being her minimalist self, she captioned the picture, "Tadaaaaa!!!" and was soon flooded with compliments from B-town celebrities and fans.
Padukone's crazy in love husband and actor, Ranveer Singh also dropped a cute comment, "Maar doh mujhe." Alia Bhatt and Ayushmann Khurrana were among other celebrities who commented on Padukone's photograph.
Deepika also took a walk down memory lane as she documented her childhood days with her best friend Divya Narayan on Sunday. The 'Padmaavat' actress hopped on to Instagram to share the throwback picture with her best friend Divya and her caption looks to be inspired by the nursery rhyme 'Humpty Dumpty.' She captioned the picture as "This Humpty & Dumpty sat on a wall...& ate curd rice @divya_narayan4!!!”
In the extremely adorable snap shared by the actress, Deepika as a kid is seen wearing a yellow T-shirt flaunting her dimples.
In what seems to be like the roof of her home, both the girls are seen posing near the wall and smiling as the wind blows through their short hair.
The 33-year-old actress who was last seen in historical-drama Padmaavat alongside Shahid Kapoor and Ranvir Singh, has also completed shooting for Chhapaak where she will be essaying the role of an acid-attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal. The flick is slated to hit the theatres on January 10, 2020.
Furthermore, Deepika is also set to travel back in time as she has been roped in to play Draupadi in the upcoming feature Mahabharat.
Apart from bringing the life of Draupadi on screen, the actress has also turned producer for the feature along with Madhu Mantena. The film, slated to release in multiple parts, will have its first part hit the big screens on Diwali 2021.
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Last Updated 9, Dec 2019, 11:11 AM