Deepika Padukone’s new badass cop look is a welcome change from Padmaavat, see photos

Dressed as a cop, Deepika Padukone can be seen wearing a crisp white shirt and khaki pants which is a welcome change from all her regal looks in Padmaavat and the film’s promotions. Check out her photos here.

Deepika padukone’s duration drama padmaavat will in the end see the light of day on January 25. And whilst she is gearing up for that, new pictures of her bad ass avatar from an ad shoot in Mumbai have surfaced on social media.

Dressed as a cop, deepika can be seen sporting a crisp white shirt and khaki pants which is a welcome alternate from her regal looks in padmaavat and the movie’s promotions. Relaxing on the bonnet of a jeep with a neatly tied bun, looks as if with her new appearance, deepika is ready to give her alleged beau ranveer Singh some difficult opposition considering we also saw ranveer’s cop appearance a few days in the past, within the poster for his upcoming rohit shetty film simmba. The photographs are a clear evidence of the fact that deepika has it in her to nail every look that she takes up.

Deepika’s next day trip titled padmaavat is directed through sanjay lee la bhansali. Firstly scheduled for a launch on December 1 ultimate yr, the movie’s release become not on time because of proper-wing agencies and the primary board of film certification. It was these days cleared with the aid of the CBC with a u/a certificate and 5 changes which includes the only that modifications the name from paradigmatic to padmaavat. The movie is now releasing on January 25 and enthusiasts are waiting with bated breath for padmaavat.

Deepika Padukone

The controversy around the film had started with massive opposition from Rajput Karni Sena and other religious and political fringe outfits, who claimed that the film distorted historical facts and was presenting Rani Padmini and Rajput valor in the wrong light. A number of states had also banned the film’s release.

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