Deepika Padukone Joins This Meme Party. Sorry, We Mean "Pawri"

"Who made this?" Deepika Padukone asked her Instafam

Deepika Padukone Joins This Meme Party. Sorry, We Mean 'Pawri'

Deepika Padukone shared this image. (courtesy deepikapadukone)

Highlights

  • Deepika posted a meme on Instagram
  • It featured her childhood photographs
  • Deepika frequently shares memes on Instagram
New Delhi:

Deepika Padukone, who cleansed her social media profile at the beginning of this year, has taken a detour from her usual posts and is busy sharing bake-off videos, memes and audio notes. Her latest entry is going to crack you up. The actress, keeping up with the "Pawri Ho Rahi Hai" trend, shared a meme which had pictures from her childhood days and she chronologically captioned the pictures "Yeh hum hain, yeh hamara ghoda hai aur yeh hamari pawri ho rahi hain." Deepika Padukone, sharing the aforementioned meme on social media, asked: "Who made this?" The chain of never-ending LOL emojis in the comments section of her post doesn't surprise us.

Check out Deepika Padukone's post here:

The Internet is bombarded with "Pawri Ho Rahi Hai" memes, jokes and what not. For the uninitiated, the catchphrase went viral when YouTuber Yashraj Mukhate made a mix of Pakistani influencer Dananeer's video, in which she can be heard saying "Yeh humari car hain, aur yaha pe humari pawri (as in party) ho rahi hai." Yashraj Mukhate's musical rendition of the dialogue went viral.

In terms of work, Deepika Padukone has a busy schedule ahead, with several releases lined-up. She awaits the release of the sports film '83, in which her husband Ranveer Singh plays the role of cricketing legend Kapil Dev. She will also be seen in Fighter, with Hrithik Roshan. The actress will also star in Shakun Batra's untitled film and also has a film with Prabhas. The actress was last seen in Chhapaak, which she also produced.