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Deepika Padukone to do THIS after the coronavirus pandemic ends


Deepika Padukone
Deepika Padukone

We are not the only ones following the complete lockdown imposed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Bollywood celebrities are also staying at their homes practising self-isolation and quarantining.

Having said that, it might be a little difficult for some celebs to stay put as they are always out and about. But since it is about fighting the deadly Coronavirus, which has claimed close to 40,000 worldwide, celebrities are following every guideline issued by the government.

 

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The ongoing lockdown has been hard on every one of us. But for those who do not live with their families, the lockdown seems to be excruciating. Actress Deepika Padukone, who has been in Mumbai with husband Ranveer Singh, is missing her parents and sister who are far away in Bangalore.

We all know that Padukone is extremely close with her family. She is missing them solidly. Talking to a publication, the Padmaavat (2018) actress says that the first thing she will do after the coronavirus pandemic comes to an end is visit her family.

 

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“I was actually scheduled to travel to Bangalore to see them and then leave for our schedule (Shakun Batra’s film) — we were going to be out for like two months. I think that is probably the first thing I will do, which is just go and see them in flesh and blood,” she says.

Deepika Padukone was last seen in Chhapaak (2020), which she co-produced as well. Her next film is with Dharma Productions. The untitled flick, to be directed by Shakun Batra of Kapoor & Sons (2016) fame, also features Siddhant Chaturvedi and Ananya Panday in important roles. The actress also co-produces and stars in the official remake of Nancy Meyers’ Hollywood biggie The Intern (2015).