Deepika Padukone At IIFA Awards 2019: Mrs Singh Makes A Dramatic Purple Entry At The Green Carpet
IIFA 2019 seems to have kick-started with a bang, as celebrities have started pouring in at the green carpet. And the latest B-townie to grace the night is none other than Deepika Padukone. Needless to say, the actress looks ravishing in a quirky purple outfit
Tonight is all about stars, entertainment and glamour, as we have approached the 20th edition of the much-awaited IIFA Awards. As much as fans wait to know who’s going to win big, one absolutely can’t deny that all celebrities flaunting their glamorous outfits at the green runaway is equally awaited. This year, too, is going to be no different as all the B-townies have started pouring in, leaving fans all pumped up for the big night. And the latest celebs to arrive in is Deepika Padukone and she looks breathtaking as ever!
For the big night, Deepika Padukone donned a purple ruffled gown that had golden embroidery on it. Call it her hubby Ranveer Singh's asar but it looked like Deepika sure wanted to add a dramatic touch to her gown, as she wore it with a trail of matching colour. The actress completed her look with her signature sleek bun and minimal makeup. A stunner indeed! Check out her pictures from IIFA 2019 green carpet below:
We also have Ranveer Singh in the house, but it looks like Deepika chose to come late and solo. Well, this one’s a little extra special for Ranveer and Deepika, as this is their first IIFA after a fairytale-like DeepVeer wedding. Now, we can’t wait to witness their magic and some PDA!
On the work front, after Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela, Bajirao Mastani and Padmaavat, both Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone are all set to reunite for Kabir Khan’s 83, which will chronicle Indian cricket team’s iconic win at the 1983 World Cup. P.S. This one’s going to have a happy ending, for a change!
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