Deepika and Bhansali even received death threats a few weeks ago regarding the film. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Put her in any role and she does it so well,” Madhuri said. At Lux Golden Rose Awards, on Sunday evening, Madhuri spoke about her favourite female actors from the current generation, and besides Deepika, she also named Priyanka Chopra and Alia Bhatt. “There’s Deepika, who is extremely gorgeous and carries off historic roles very beautifully. 2017-12-11T18:11:44+00:00″>
Published: December 11, 2017 6:11 pm
Madhuri Dixit is extremely impressed by Deepika Padukone’s work in historical films. Related News
Madhuri Dixit Nene, Sridevi and Juhi Chawla show age is just a number with these stunning looksDeepika Padukone in gold or Kareena Kapoor Khan in pink: Whose red carpet look won you over?Madhuri Dixit’s sweet message for Kareena Kapoor Khan will make your dayBollywood star Deepika Padukone might have ruffled feathers of a lot of sections of the society – fringe as well as political – with her latest period drama Padmavati, but her senior in the industry, Madhuri Dixit, is extremely impressed by the actor’s work in historical films. I just love her as an actress. Then there’s Priyanka, who is fabulous. Both the films have been helmed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. She has that aura. Padmavati, based on the life of Queen Padmini, has been caught in a major controversy since past one year due to objections raised by various sections regarding the portrayal of the queen in the film. Padmavati is Deepika’s second period film after Bajirao Mastani. While she loves the “aura” that Deepika carries during her portrayal of historic characters, it is Alia’s range as an actor that impresses Madhuri the most. She is extremely natural in front of the camera. I like Alia because she experiments a lot with her roles and she is a very good actress. “I like Alia, Deepika and Priyanka for different reasons. As of now, the film is awaiting a release date as the Censor Board is yet to clear it.