Actress-entrepreneur Deepika Padukone is the talk of the town and for all the right reasons. The superstar was part of the 95th Academy Awards on Sunday night (Monday morning in India) as a presenter. Deepika introduced the Naatu Naatu performance, by singers Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava, at the ceremony. Pictures and videos of the actress's moment on stage have been going viral on social media, with people not only praising her glamorous looks but also her charming energy and confidence. Wait, there is another clip of Deepika that has created quite a buzz on social media. Shot just hours before Deepika attended the awards ceremony, it features the diva at a gym, working out.
The video was posted by Deepika Padukone's trainer Yasmin Karachiwala who shared that the actress had hit the gym at 6.30 am. Along with the clip of the star pulling off some complex exercises, Yasmin said, “Oscars ke pehle workout toh banta hain na? Sharing a glimpse into Deepika Padukone's 6:30 am workout in LA before getting ready for the Oscars. The secret to her gorgeousness besides her genes is also her discipline, dedication, and commitment to maintain a balanced lifestyle. Don't you agree? It was an amazing journey training her for the #Oscars.”
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Deepika Padukone made heads turn when she stepped out for the Oscars in a custom-made black Louis Vuitton gown and Cartier jewellery. Her fans and friends in Bollywood also cannot stop praising the actress' Oscar appearance. For instance, Alia Bhatt shared an image of Deepika from the red carpet and said, “This beauty making India proud and how,” with heart emojis.
In another post shared by Deepika Padukone, Alia commented, “Uff stunner.” Neha Dhupia reacted to the post by saying, “Gorgeous,” with a heart emoji. Actress Sanjeeda Shaikh dropped heart emojis
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Under another similar post by Deepika Padukone, Sayani Gupta gushed, “Alright cutie! This is everything.”
Deepika Padukone is the third Indian to attend the Academy Awards as a presenter after Persis Khambatta and Priyanka Chopra. Meanwhile, India has won two accolades at the 95th edition of the prestigious award. While RRR's Naatu Naatu won the Best Original Song award, The Elephant Whisperers won an Oscar in the Best Documentary Short Subject category.