- Deepika Padukone informed she's safe via Twitter
- Let's pray for our firefighters who are risking their lives: Deepika
- Deepika is one the residents of the high-rise
I am safe.Thank You everyone.Let us pray for our firefighters who are at site risking their lives...- Deepika Padukone (@deepikapadukone) June 13, 2018
Several fire engines, two quick response vans and five water tankers are believed to be at the spot putting the fire out. No casualties have been reported so far. Police sources say over 90 residents of the apartment complex have been safely evacuated. It is not clear what started the fire.
There have been two major fires in Mumbai just this month, one at the income tax office and another at Patel Chambers in the Fort area, in which two firefighters were injured. Last year, the upscale La Mer complex in Bandra - home to many celebrities including actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's mother Vrinda Rai - caught fire.
Deepika Padukone was last seen in "Padmaavat," which released in January. Most recently, she was juggling international appearances at the Met Gala and the Cannes Film Festival.