The leading lady of Bollywood Deepika Padukone has launched her website today on her birthday. Its a really special day for Deepika as she is on vacation with her husband Ranveer Singh and both of them will be celebrating her birthday together.
Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone is undoubtedly an epitome of grace and talent.
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The actress also enjoys a huge fan following, a testimony of which is seen on her social media platforms with a follower base of more than 75 million.
Deepika Padukone turned a year older today and took to her social media handle announcing the launch of her website and captioned it by writing, "Here's presenting my website- www.deepikapadukone.com (link in bio) Love, Deepika".
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One of the most followed women not only in India but also in Asia, Deepika commands the love from her fans across the globe. Encashing on her popularity and audience pull, the actress is also touted as a brand favourite with as many as 16 highly coveted brands in her portfolio.
She has firmly established herself as one of the most bankable female actors of Bollywood, even as she forayed in Hollywood with her sizzling debut in "XXX: Return of Xander Cage", opposite Vin Diesel.
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