B-town gushes over spellbinding beauty of Deepika Padukone in 'Padmavati'

ANI | Updated: Oct 12, 2017 20:32 IST

New Delhi, [India], Oct 12 (ANI): Deepika Padukone bestowed with praises as she portrays the most beautiful woman of the 14th Century in Padmavati.

Deepika, who portrays the role of the most beautiful woman on earth- Padmavati in her upcoming film, is showered with praises from all quarters.

Audience and B-town alike have been going gaga over the graceful beauty. The beautiful actress has been garnering tremendous appreciation and love for her mesmerizing looks. Social media is filled with praises for the royal actress.

The actress will bring to screen the life of the most beautiful woman in the history, Rani Padmini. The first look of Deepika Padukone as Rani Padmavati garnered immense appreciation and love. The beautiful actress stunned the audience with her alluring beauty and enthralling screen presence.

Deepika is not just endowed with looks to die for but she is also hailed for being the most expressive actress. The versatile beauty can communicate just with her expressions.

The actress was metaphoric to poetry in motion in the trailer. While she did not say a single word in the trailer her eyes did the talking. Deepika ended the trailer with a very powerful dialogue which establishes not only her character but also marks the foundation of the film.

The trailer of the magnum opus was dropped recently and has been the talk of the town since then. The trailer featuring Deepika as the regal beauty has been breaking the internet with audience pouring in appreciation for the actress.

Deepika Padukone was bestowed with the tag of the most beautiful woman by not just the film but also B-town.

Film maker Farah Khan praised the actress saying "My baby most beautiful"

Actress Kriti Sanon applauded the actress for her enchanting charm saying, "u look stunning, Love this avtar"

Actor Rohit Roy praised the stupendous beauty saying, "Another milestone in your career coming up!! This time you've raised the bar by quite a bit.!" (ANI)