Deepika Padukone on losing Best Actress Filmfare to Alia Bhatt: I am sorry I disappointed my fans
Deepika Padukone has apologized to her fans in the wake of missing out on the best performing artist trophy to Alia Bhatt at the as of late held Filmfare Awards 2019.
The awards season has formally started in Bollywood. It was as of late that Ranbir Kapoor and girlfriend Alia Bhatt justify with best performing artist and on-screen character trophy at Filmfare Awards 2019. While Neetu Kapoor and Soni Razdan haven’t been able to stop prattling about Alia’s win, Deepika Padukone’s fans are very frustrated with the decision. This year, Alia Bhatt was hollowed against Deepika Padukone in the nominations, yet the 33-year-old on-screen actor missed out to the Raazi performing artist.
2018 saw Deepika Padukone portray the character of Rani Padmini in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmaavat. The film got a thumbs up from reporters and fans alike, and many commended Deepika for pulling off the character so well. Along these lines, when Deepika missed out to Alia at the current year’s Filmfare Awards, one of her fan clubs questioned the organizers for picking Alia Bhatt over Deepika Padukone. In addition, they scrutinized the jury for letting Ranveer Singh and Ayushmann Khurrana share the Best Actor award, yet not do likewise for the Best Actress Award.
Deepika responded to the post and stated, “To every one of my Fans, I am sorry I disappointed all of you and guarantee to work more enthusiastically than any time in recent memory before..#upwards&onwards.”
Prior now, Deepika shared the main look of her upcoming film Chhapaak. The on-screen actor portrays the role of a acid attack survivor, Malti. The film is roused from the account of acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal.
In a gathering at the Facebook office, Deepika uncovered that she was not “emotionally prepared” to take on such an extreme film, after the emotionally and challenging depleting Padmaavat.
“Last year, when I was studying the scripts, I wasn’t emotionally prepared to do this sort of a film. I was really seeing at doing a love story,” she stated, including that she knew inside five minutes of the portrayal that Chhapaak was the film for her.
“Meghna [Gulzar, the director] walked into the workplace and took me through the story. In five minutes of talking with her, I knew in my heart this is the thing that I needed to do straight away. Something about Meghna herself, Laxmi’s story and Meghna’s conviction in this film… It was fundamentally the same as Piku. In only five minutes of meeting the executive, I realized this is the film I needed to do,” the performing artist said.
Deepika may have missed the Filmfare Best Actress trophy this year, however, she beyond any doubt has a noteworthy line-up of movies in the coming days.