Deepika Padukone opens up on her fancy dinner date with sister Anisha Padukone; says, “It was clearly the best”

As they go for dining in Mumbai, Deepika Padukone embraces her sister Anisha Padukone.


Recently, actress Deepika Padukone went out to Mumbai and had dinner with her sister Anisha Padukone. A paparazzo account posted a video of Deepika exiting her car and grinning at the cameras around on Instagram. Anisha Padukone was welcomed by Deepika as she entered the restaurant, and she was then held. They grinned and posed for photos side by side. Before they entered the restaurant, Deepika kissed Anisha on the head and she said, “Thank you” to the photographers. Anisha waved at them as well.

The sisters dressed in matching black dresses for their supper. Deepika sported a black hoodie, white shoes, and shorts. She also had a black purse with her. Anisha picked a black T-shirt, pair of pants, and footwear. She was also carrying a sling bag. A fan commented on their video by saying, “That’s simply too sweet.” There is no one else like her (Deepika),” a different person stated. They are beautiful, according to another remark. The way she looks after and adores her sister was another comment.

Deepika and Anisha, together with their parents Prakash and Ujjala Padukone and Deepika’s husband-actor Ranveer Singh, attended a Shankar Mahadevan performance in the United States last month. The family was photographed and videotaped together during the event in San Jose, California. They also took pictures with Shankar and his wife, Sangeeta Mahadevan. Shankar has sung happy birthday to Ranveer in front of a throng, and Deepika joined in.

Deepika is working on a number of projects. Pathaan, in which she co-stars with Shah Rukh Khan and John Abraham, will be her next film. The film, directed by Sidharth Anand, will be released on January 25, 2023. Fans will also see her in Hrithik Roshan’s Fighter and Amitabh Bachchan’s Hindi adaptation of The Intern.

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