Top 5 Movies Of Deepika
Deepika Padukone has managed to wow us time and again ever since her super-confident debut opposite Shah Rukh Khan in Om Shanti Om (2007). She’s tremendously beautiful no doubt but doesn’t just rely on her beauty to coast through performances. She does ample justice to all her roles and makes the audience sit up and take notice of her histrionics as well. We present a list of ten of her best films from the beginning of her career till now. We hope this Deepika Padukone Movies list adds to your movie-watching pleasure during the present quarantine.
- Om Shanti Om (2007)
Director: Farah Khan
Cast: Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, Shreyas Talpade, Arjun Rampal
Deepika Padukone's first Bollywood movie, Om Shanti Om, coordinated by Farah Khan, made them paper a twofold job. The film was a cutting-edge retelling of Bimal Roy's Madhumati (1958). Deepika played an anecdotal '70s genius called Shantipriya who gets executed by her producer spouse. A lesser craftsman Om Prakash (Shah Rukh Khan) is enamored with her and saw the episode. He was unable to save her and he excessively died because of a mishap. His spirit gets resurrected into a makers' infant child. Om Kapoor (SRK) is a major star yet continues to get glimmers of his past birth. He devises an arrangement of catching the offender by making a film dependent on his recollections featuring him and a carbon copy of Shanti, Sandhya (Deepika). Be that as it may, in the peak, Shanti's soul dominates and gets her own payback.
- Love Aaj Kal (2009)
Director: Imtiaz Ali
Cast: Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone, Rishi Kapoor, Giselli Monteiro
Imtiaz Ali meshes two stories of adoration into one in this sentiment. Jai Vardhan Singh (Saif Ali Khan) and Meera Pandit (Deepika Padukone) are a cutting-edge couple living in London. They are content with one another yet don't accept long-haul connections. Meera goes to India, while Jai stays in London, wanting to be called to San Francisco, where working at the Golden Gate Inc. is his fantasy work. Jai meets Veer Singh Panesar (Rishi Kapoor) a Sikh hotelier living in London who moves Saif's character to get his life on target by portraying his endearing romantic tale set during the 1960s. The two tracks run equal, with Saif playing Rishi's more youthful self also in the film. Roused by Veer Singh's story, Jai consents to have a gathering with Meera. While things don't work out at that point, later in San Francisco he understands he truly needs Meera in his life and tries to connect with her and this time, the endeavor is effective. Deepika played a standard young lady with aspirations of her own who goes through the pattern of separation and detachment to comprehend what she needs from life. It was a directly from-the-heart execution okay.
- Cocktail (2012)
Director: Homi Adajania
Cast: Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone, Diana Penty, Dimple Kapadia
Homi Adajania made a decent film about a man experiencing passionate feelings for two young ladies immediately and afterward being not able to choose with whom he needs to spend the remainder of his life. He copped out eventually and caused the legend to pick the great young lady eventually. Deepika Padukone played Veronica, a rich young lady who likes to live within the limits. Her life rotates around hookups and alcohol. It's a day in and day out gathering and she doesn't apologize for her perspective. She meets Meera (Diana Penty), who has been tossed out by her better half, and takes her in. The two of them meet Gautam Kapoor (Saif Ali Khan), a rich sweetheart, and every one of the three gel quickly, turning out to be quick companions simultaneously. He and Veronica become companions with advantages and Meera acknowledge that relationship. She remains with them and doesn't move out. Conditions unite Gautam and Meera and they wind up beginning to look all starry-eyed at. At the point when she comes to know about this, Veronica forfeits her own affection for Gautam and helps the darlings start a coexistence.
- Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani (2013)
Director: Ayan Mukerji
Cast: Deepika Padukone, Ranbir Kapoor, Aditya Roy Kapur, Kalki Koechlin, Kunaal Roy Kapur
The film gets going with the nerdy Naina Talwar (Deepika Padukone) joining her companions Aditi Mehra (Kalki Koechlin), Kabir "Rabbit" Thapar (Ranbir Kapoor), and Avinash "Avi" Arora (Aditya Roy Kapoor) on a climbing excursion to Manali. Rabbit intends to venture to the far corners of the planet. Naina creates affections for him yet doesn't uncover them, realizing that he would not like to settle down. The companions meet again at Aditi's wedding and start fly again. This time, Bunny understands that being with Naina is more essential to him than his fantasy work and he proposes to her and they get ready for marriage, astonishing their companions. Everyone concurred that Deepika looked too delightful to even think about being given a role as a quirky loner uncertain of what she needs from life. Like anyone would have been insane not to go gaga for her. Leaving to the side of that impossibility, she attempted her character completely well and her science with Ranbir was the best thing about the film.
- Chennai Express (2013)
Director: Rohit Shetty
Cast: Deepika Padukone, Shah Rukh Khan
40 something Rahul has a place with a group of candy store retailers. At the point when his granddad died at 99, his grandma mentioned him to lower the cinders at Rameswaram. He sets out in the Chennai Express from Mumbai, intending to get down at Kayan and join his companions on an excursion to Goa, thinking that all seas are one and he would prefer to have some good times and lower the cinders in Goa. He gets off at Kalyan yet neglects to gather the pot containing the cinders. He runs back to the train and afterward helps a young lady and four others - in a farce of sorts - to DDLJ - get inside the train. The young lady, Meenamma (Deepika Padukone) is fleeing from her family, the folks are thugs sent by her dad to gather her and as he's observer to a wrongdoing - one of the hooligans pushes a TC off the train - he should ride with them to their local town in Chennai Express. The two become companions during the beautiful excursion and later he assists her with getting away once more, succumbing to her all the while. The film closes with Rahul and Meenamma being acknowledged as a couple by her family. Deepika drew out the characteristics of Menamma completely through her acting. Her blend scenes with SRK were incredible without a doubt in this satire. She showed that she can hold her own doing parody too.
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