After Deepika Padukone appeared on the Vogue international cover alongside Scarlett Johansson and Korean actress Bae Doona. She now answers 73 questions in a Vogue special. The other only Indian celebrity who has been part of the Vogue special has been Priyanka Chopra.
Deepika was asked questions at The Greenwich Hotel in New York, US when she shot for her first ever Vogue US magazine with 13 other international female actors including Lea Seydoux, Eiza Gonzalez and others.
The interview begins with small talk about New York, the first place she visits when she is in town and the recommendations for Mumbai travel. She later talked about her work and how Padmaavat was the most challenging movie she has been a part of. Deepika also called the Saif Ali Khan starrer, ‘Cocktail’ the turning point of her career, which caused her to choose drama over comedy.
The actress has worked in comedy films like, Housefull series and Happy New Year. But her best performances have been in drama films like Love Aaj Kal, Padmaavat, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani and Bajirao Mastani.
Talking about what as an athlete that she learned still helps her, she said the discipline will also be useful and that professional badminton is harder than professional modeling. She revealed that she would like to work with director Damien Chazelle and that there is no difference between Hollywood and Bollywood.
Deepika did bust out a few dance moves for the camera and found a way to mix Hollywood and Bollywood. She mixed flossing with Bollywood dance steps and coiled the style as ‘Blossing’.
Deepika is gearing up for Meghna Gulzar’s Chhapaak and will start shooting for the same in Delhi alongside co actor Vikrant Massey.