Bollywood’s style diva and a leading actress Deepika Padukone is on a winning spree lately. After securing a spot among TIME’s 100 Most Influential Person, the Padmaavat actress has graced the cover of a leading international magazine, TINGS London. This latest achievement has added a feather to Deepika’s hat. Expressing gratitude, the actress has posted the picture of the cover on her social media and wrote:
“Thank You @tingslondon for not just a cool cover but also a fun time! #tingsmagazine”
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In the picture, Deepika Padukone is seen in minimal makeup, which is adding charm to her already-beautiful features. She is wrapped in black leather jacket and her hair is styled in the side-swept manner. She is smiling slightly, imparting an appeal look to the cover.
The official handle of TINGS London shared the full-length picture of its ‘cover girl’ Deepika Padukone, in which she’s seen wearing a basic black-coloured off-shoulder dress.
Fans are gushing over Deepika Padukone’s au naturel avatar for the leading international magazine. Comments like ‘Amazing deepika u r so cute in this pic. Such a natural beauty’ are flowing on her Instagram in massive numbers.
Earlier, Hollywood celebrities like Sofia Richie and Cameron Dallas graced the cover of TINGS Magazine.
Within a very short span of time, Padukone has carved a space for herself globally. Termed as the 'Queen of 100 crores' club, the actress holds the most number of films under this club. Her most recent outing, 'Padmaavat' clocked over 300-crores at the box office.
Not just in acting, Padukone is also a known face at various social causes. She became the first actress to publicly address the condition of mental illness and her suffering from depression.
The actress currently has been working towards creating awareness and supporting mental illness with her NGO, The Live Love Laugh Foundation (TLLF).