As Deepika Padukone‘s latest film, ‘Fighter,’ alongside Hrithik Roshan, gains acclaim, the actress addresses queries about her preference for male-driven narratives in films like ‘Pathaan’ and ‘Singham Again.’ Responding with a witty mention of her character in ‘Singham Again,’ Shakti Shetty, Deepika emphasized the collaborative nature of success between men and women, suggesting a need to rephrase the definition of feminism.
In an interview shared by News18, Deepika shared, “I don’t think women can succeed without men and men can’t succeed without women. I think we need to rephrase the definition of feminism.” The actress challenges conventional notions and highlights the importance of collaboration between genders for collective success.
When asked about the possibility of revisiting a character like ‘Piku’ in her career, Deepika expressed that the space for such roles exists, but writers need to create stories that explore diverse themes. She emphasized the need to invest in compelling narratives, characters, and journeys rather than solely focusing on big-budget productions, encouraging a balanced approach to filmmaking.
Amidst discussions about her film choices, rumors circulate about Deepika Padukone potentially starring in the third season of the popular show “White Lotus.” While the actress has not confirmed the speculation, a screenshot from her mother-in-law Anju Bhavnani’s social media account suggested an interest in posts related to Deepika’s rumored involvement in the show.
Meanwhile, Deepika Padukone and Hrithik Roshan starre ‘Fighter’ has hit the big screens and the movie is getting good reviews.

‘Fighter’: Honest Public Review of Hrithik Roshan, Deepika Padukone’s movie

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