Threats Do Not Wok for Deepika Padukone


By Hussain Khalid Mirza

When butter melts on a fri-pan, it melts as smooth as it was made for it no one at that time thinks it is burning on fire and surrendering its beauty. Same is the situation with Deepika Padukone, She has gone through many controversies and many hardships in life but still she managed to move on to make some remarkable achievements in life and leave her mark.

She worked hard, even harder to the exaggeration that is why she represent strong women everywhere and in this video too:

An International website has disclosed a report that she has been receiving death-threats by Kerni Sena but still she is not afraid and she pays due regard to the website on her twitter account. This is what the courage demands.

Here is another video of the leader of Kerni Sena, Kalvi, in an Indian Talk Show  strictly abusing and bashing the Padmavat start-cast. He is calling Deepika as “NachnayWali” and “Kulta” in the interview. This is where India stands with its democracy and “so-called diversity”.

Watch the video here:

The other day, an artist was attacked to make a rangoli of Padmavat. Deepika took to twitter to express her anger.

“She is now one of the highest-paid Indian actresses and has made the leap from Bollywood movies such as Om Shanti Om and Chennai Express to Hollywood titles including XXX: Return of Xander Cage last year. She is also philanthropically active, launching the Live Laugh Love Foundation, which focuses on mental illness.”

Monga who heads the Sikhya Entertainment and has done projects like The Lunchbox and The Ashram, along with Padukone was featured in the Variety’s International Women’s Impact Report 2018. Excited about it, Deepika tweeted on International Women’s Day on Thursday: “Honoured and humbled joining these amazing achievers! Thank you Variety.”

Padukone just keeps finding creative ways to bring new stories to life. Despite the fact that female producers are very few in Industry, quality work by talented actresses are appreciated. The Vareity list attributed Deepika for her contribution to cinema and taking part in philanthropic efforts and coming out of fascist  controversies of Kerni Sena gracefully.

The list not only acknowledges the work of Deepika Padukone but also 50 other women including Miuccia Prada, Daisy Ridley, J K Rowling, Sofia Vergara, Emma Watson, Lupita Nyong’o, Helen Mirren, Nicole Kidman, Salma Hayek, Gal Gadot, Judi Dench and Adele, who are leading the way at a time when women’s rights are in the limelight.





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