Deepika Padukone was recently honoured at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The Chhapaak actress was awarded the Crystal Award for her initiate towards mental health and creating awareness about it on several occasions. While the actress shared a picture of her holding the trophy it was hubby-actor Ranveer Singh who like always couldn’t stop gushing about his better half. The actor in his comment on his wifey’s post wrote about him being proud of her and feeling amazing about it.
Now replying to this comment that she got from her spouse, Deepika wrote, “it’s what I live for,” followed by a heart emoji and tagging Ranveer Singh in her comment. True! Deepika is the first Bollywood actress who opened up about mental health and illness and did not hold back when it came to making some hard-hitting confessions on the public platform. The actress during her visit at the WEF 2020, confessed of the first incident when she came across her clinical depression phase and how she tackled it. ALSO READ: Deepika Padukone Recalls The Time She Fainted, 'Luckily House Help Came And Saw Me On The Floor'
She was quoted saying, “One morning when I woke up and I felt all was well, I fainted. Luckily the house help came and saw me on the floor.”
On the professional front, her first release of 2020, Meghna Gulzar’s Chhapaak did not do well as per expectation at the box office. She will be next seen in Kabir Khan’s sports drama, ’83 portraying Ranveer Singh’s onscreen wife. ALSO READ: Chhapaak Box-Office One Week Collection: Deepika Padukone's Film Fails To Show Growth; Earns 25 Cr In 7 Days
Also as per the latest reports, the actress has turned down Pradeep Sarkar’s Binodini Dasi, which has now reportedly landed in Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s kitty. ALSO READ: Binodini Dasi Biopic: Deepika Padukone's Loss Is Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's Gain; Latter Signs Pradeep Sarkar’s Next
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