Indian film industry makes a staggering amount of money through blockbuster movies. When the new movie is approaching, the movie lovers act quickly to book their preferable seats for the most-awaited movie.
Did you know? India is the largest producer of movies. Bollywood, Kollywood, Tollywood and other regional cinema industries together produce more movies than any nation in the world. As far as the Bollywood industry is concerned, Deepika Padukone is one of the most successful actresses.
She is one of the richest actresses in the Bollywood film industry. She was born to the badminton star, Prakash Padukone. Deepika Padukone was born in Copenhagen, Denmark. She has appeared in around 28 films, with approximately 16 of them becoming box office hits.
Deepika Padukone has given the most blockbuster flicks of anyone on this list. Deepika has starred in four box office hits. Karisma and Katrina, on the other hand, have the most amount of hit flicks.
Who is Deepika Padukone’s all-time favourite cricketer?
Deepika Padukone’s love for cricket is known to everyone. She has turned up to the stadium to watch international, as well as, IPL fixtures in India. Earlier, in an interview, she was asked about her all-time favourite Indian cricketer. To which, she said: “Rahul Dravid”.
The Bollywood actress also explained the reason behind the same. “My all-time favourite cricketer is Rahul Dravid. A lot of my idols are not what they have done in the sport and the game, but how they have conducted themselves outside. For me, he is somebody I have admired and looked up to, and he is from Bangalore.”
“How much we focus on our physical strength — our mental strength and mental endurance — is equally important, if not more. At times you feel your body is not keeping up with the mind. I think sometimes it’s the mind that takes over — and nurturing that is very important.
A young athlete will figure that along the way, but they should pay attention to that — the grit, courage, determination and spirit is important,” said Deepika Padukone, on Star Sports’ pre-show Nerolac Cricket Live.