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Oops! Deepika flashes undies, suffers wardrobe malfunction at an event (see pics)

India TV Entertainment Desk [ Updated 16 Apr 2014, 06:27:51 ]
Oops! Deepika flashes undies, suffers wardrobe malfunction at an event (see pics)
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Deepika Padukone, who is one of the most stylish personalities of Bollywood, faced oops moment recently as she came to unveil the Van Heusen’s Spring Summer 2014 latest edition collection.

The leggy lass of Bollywood, who is otherwise always pimp and perfect during her public appearances wore a short white body hugging dress at the event but as she sat cross legged, she unfortunately gave the shutterbugs a capture of her undies.



Incidentally, Deepika had this slight wardrobe malfunction when the camera caught her in such an awkward moment. It’s not the first time that an actress has faced suffered such an embarrassing situation but Deepika, whose comfort speaks out of every ensemble she carries, seems unaware about this gauche.

Previously too, Kangana Ranaut, Priyanka Chopra, Sonakshi Sinha are amongst many other Bollywood’s reigning beauties who have faced such kind of mishaps in public. While Deepika surely not invited this, it was for the second time that the lady got herself into such a troublesome situation.



Earlier too, while promoting her flick ‘Ram Leela’ on a popular chat show, Deepika wore a red dress that got tore from her sleeves as she put her arms around to hug Mr. Amitabh Bachchan.

Deepika, who has got a stupendous athlete body is considered to be a designer’s dream with that perfect height and body structure and possessing an uber chic sense of fashion makes her the raving style icon among people.

Well, we say be careful Deepika, every time you cannot expect Ranveer around you for your protection (wink)!



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