Deepika Padukone is one of the most versatile actresses of Bollywood and this she has proved several times, not just by her flawless acting but also by her characters in films.The Leggy Lass has played several characters till date which represented vast culture of India.
Deepika Padukone plays a Bengali character in her recently released film Piku. She has become the talk of the town after her bold and independent character in the movie and everyone is appreciating her work in the film.
Apart from Piku, Deepika has played various other cultural characters with varied looks in her films and done justice to each one of them.
Beginning from Chennai express, Deepika depicted the role of a South Indian girl Meenama, and explored the culture of south.
Then she played a Gujarati girl Leela in Goliyoon Ki Raasleela-Raamleela, depicted a typical Gujarati girl with her dressing, dancing and language.
Next Deepika played a Christian girl In the film Finding Fanny and explored Goan culture.
Deepika has traveled from North to South and from East to West in her films; she has explored most of India and depicted her talent. Currently, Deepika has been receiving praising words for her performance in Piku which is having a wonderful run at the Box Office.
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Deepika In Piku
Deepika plays the role of an independent and responsible Bengali girl in Piku. She is seen taking care of her ailing father as well as running the house.
Deepika In Chennai Express
Deepika was seen as a Tamil girl in Chennai Express who runs away from her house as her father wanted to get her married against her will. Deepika's typical Tamil accent won several hearts.
Deepika In Ram Leela
Deepika played the role of a Gujarati girl in Ram Leela and the actress nailed that too. Her body language, way of talking, everything synced with the Gujarati culture.
Deepika In Finding Fanny
Deepika played a Christian girl in Finding Fanny. While, the film received a thumbs up from all corners, her character also entertained us a lot.