The moment we saw the pictures of Deepika Padukone from 'xXx' London premiere, only three words popped up in our mind - DROP DEAD GORGEOUS! Sporting a red coloured Stella McCartney gown, Deepika was looking extremely gorgeous and set the place on fire!
With each passing day, Deepika Padukone is getting hotter and stunning and looking away from her latest picture would be a crime! So, what are you waiting for? Scroll down and enjoy!
‘Sexy Lady On The Floor’
There's something special about Deepika Padukone that always makes her stand out even in the crowd! See, how confidently the lady is posing for the foreign media.
'Deepika Is So B'ful'
"Deepika is so beautiful, one of the nicest people ever!" captioned a journalist, while sharing this selfie on the micro-blogging site, Twitter.
Pout & Pose
Australia's very own Ruby Rose pose with her co-star Deepika Padukone and the picture is oozing hotness!
Deepika has surely come a long way and that too, without having a 'Godfather'. She is seen here giving an autographs to her lovely fans, who attended the premiere of 'xXx'.
Deepika With Her Co-star
Deepika Padukone poses with Vin Diesel and other 'xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage' co-stars on the red carpet of the film premiere.
A Perfect Beauty?
Even her side profiles are killer! Isn't it a treat to eyes to see such a perfect face?
On a related note, Deepika's character is 'xXx' Serena Unger is a representation of all the women in today's world. She is independent, she is observant and knows how to take care of herself.
Here's what the lady had said about her character in xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage:
"When you first meet Serena, you don't know whose side she is on. She is a representation of women in today's world. She is independent, intelligent and can stand up for herself. She is always observing, learning."
"I think what draws Xander to Serena is the fact that he sees a lot of him in her. You realise how similar they are to each other and then you see how they work together as a team. Slowly you discover that she is there for a much larger mission."