Internet breaks as Deepika Padukone features on the cover of Vogue US April 2019 edition along with Avengers Endgame actress Scarlett Johansonn and South Korean actress Bae Doona.
While the ladies look enchanting in their pastel gowns and beautiful floral tiaras, Deepika's look reminded the netizens of 'Finding Fanny' and also a slight similarity with her apparel brand photoshoot 'All about you'.
Deepika took to her Instagram and posted a collage of the cover captioning it as: "Thrilled to share with you my cover for @voguemagazine's April issue celebrating this talented group of women from across the globe!
Make up: @hannah_murray1
Hair : @juliendys
Production: @northsixproductions @dayinternational
The cover mentions "a celebration of global talents - 14 countries 14 superstars". The other ladies featured are actress Naomi Scott , Gisele Bündchen, James Bond actor Lea Seydoux, The Crown actor Vanessa Kirby, Baby Driver actor Eiza González, Elizabeth Debicki, Adesua Etomi-Wellington, Golshifteh Farahani, Liv Lisa Fries, Hera Hilmar, Bruna Marquezine and Alba Rohrwacher.
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Earlier on Thursday afternoon, Deepika Padukone unveiled the #StatueOfPurpose at Madame Tussauds London, along with Ranveer Singh and the family.
Deepika Padukone dedicated her statue to her foundation 'Love, Laugh, Live' and believes her statue too will communicate the same.
Expressing her thoughts, Deepika Padukone said, "As a little girl, I was a very curious kid, for me, purpose is something that is very important. However, big or small, whatever I am doing in my life, purpose and why we do what we do is very important to me. After I got a call from Madame Tussauds, I thought what is the purpose of this, why are we doing this, or what is it that my fans will remember me for, remember my figure for, what is it that I would like to leave behind, and the cause of mental health is very close to my heart, it is something that I am extremely passionate about. I said that's it, I would like for my fans when they see my figure I hope it reminds them of someone who did something for the cause of mental illness, who worked towards creating awareness and destigmatizing mental illness. I hope that it gives people a sense of upliftment and a sense of hope. I hope that message comes through."