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Deepika Padukone Unveiled her Wax Statue at Madam Tussauds London

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The Madam Tussauds London is famous for having wax statues of famous personalities all across the world. This also include the actors from B Town as well including Shah Rukh Khan, Aiswarya Rai Bachchan and others. And now we have the wax statue for the leggy lass of B Town, Deepika Padukone. It was the proud moment not just for the Piku actress but at the same time for her hubby Ranveer Singh who seemed happy seeing his wife unleashing the wax statue of her own.

In this even, we also saw Deepika Padukone’s sister Anisha Padukone too present on it. Who came on the socail media to share the moments with her friends and fans. She shared Deepika’s picture with the wax statue and wrote double trouble and asked people to write some winning caption. To this a fan replied that only sisters can write such captions, while someone called her to be very much funny over Instagram.

Deepika when was seen unveiling the wax statue at Madam Tussauds London her hubby was quick to react saying can he take it home to which Deepika replied that during the shooting of 83 when he will miss his lady he can come here and get the company. At the occasion both Deepika and Ranveer Sing’s parents were present at the event. Talking about their work, Deepika is gearing up for the biopic made on the acid attack survivor called Chapak by Meghna Gulzar, and Ranveer Singh is gearing up for the film based on the 1st World Cup Cricket victory in 1983. Stay tuned to know more about the film and others only with us. Deepika has made B Town proud, what do you have to say about it, do comment on it!

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