Deepika Padukone receives Volare Award from Italian Consulate General

Deepika Padukone receives Volare Award from Italian Consulate General
Written by Shubham Dwivedi

Padmaavat actres Deepika Padukone receives a Volare Award in Mumbai from Italian Consulate General in Mumbai. She was facilitated for her outstanding contribution and many other film stars were present in the ceremony. Deepika Padukone is clearly happy on the professional front as her film Padmaavat has become the biggest hit of her entire career. Before Padmaavat, it was Shahrukh Khan starrer Chennai Express which eh held the ground of the most successful film in her filmography but her brilliant performance and Bhansali’s direction broke all barriers to emerge as a winner.

Padmaavat has become the biggest success of everybody attached to that film namely Ranveer Singh, Shahid Kapoor and Bhansali. Padmaavat is certainly one of the troubled film in the history of cinema with death threats coming their way on the daily basis. People have put bounties on Deepika’s nose of around 5 crores for whoever cuts it and this is something most artists can’t and should not relate with. Padmaavat has grossed more than 450 crores worldwide despite of not getting a release at all in four major states of India, which is a calamity for a film made on the budget of 200 crores.

In India Padmaavat has done the business of 239.50 crores, which is incredible considering film does not have a superstar in it and protestors have radically tried to ban the film. Violent protestors have burnt theaters and thrown petrol bomb inside of running shows to stop people from coming in but population of this great nation did not get scared and went to watch the film they so wanted to resulting it in mega box office. People are calling this film Deepika’s Mother India as it is the first film in the history of Indian cinema to get this kind of collections with a female leading it. Deepika Padukone’s career has taken a million miles after this film.

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Shubham Dwivedi

A professional journalist, passionate cinema fanatic. Alive and kicking upto the standards of entertainment beat and i always take the life one friday at a time.

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