Deepika Padukone knows how to keep up with the social media trends! The actress posts really engaging videos and pictures on her Instagram account. This New Year, Deepika started her Instagram account with a clean slate, after deleting all her old posts. A few weeks ago, Deepika jumped on the ‘pawri’ trend which was going viral, and shared her own version of the meme. This time around, she posted a video compilation of her walking through the Mumbai streets while Vijay's Vaathi Coming plays in the background; find out how fans reacted!
The song Vaathi Coming from Tamil actor Vijay’s film Master has been a super hit with his fans, and looks like Deepika also enjoys the song. The Instagram reel shared by Deepika first shows the actress coming out of her vanity van holding a mug of coffee in her hand. She is then seen walking through the streets with a smile. She wrote that it is a behind-the-scenes video, and Deepika looked absolutely gorgeous. “BTS of BTS”, wrote the actress, while sharing the video, which had Vijay's Vaathi Coming playing in the background.
Fans of Vijay and Deepika were excited and asked whether there could be a possible collaboration. “Possible Collab for Vijay and Deepika?" commented one fan, while another wrote, “Vaathi mania everywhere.” Another fan wrote, “Vaathi and deepi combo.” Check out the video below:
On the professional front, Deepika Padukone will be seen in Kabir Khan’s ’83, which stars Ranveer Singh in the lead role. While Ranveer plays legendary cricketer Kapil Dev in the film, Deepika will be seen as his wife Romi. She has also been working on Shakun Batra’s next project, which also features Ananya Panday and Siddhant Chaturvedi. She also has The Intern, and Pathan in the pipeline. ALSO READ: Deepika Padukone Wanted Sanjay Leela Bhansali To Direct Her In Draupadi?
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