Deepika Padukone has been creating a splash with her appearances lately. After receiving love and appreciation from across the globe for her international appearances, Bollywood’s leading lady makes heads turn at the GQ Best Dressed party. Saturday night saw Bollywood’s leading lady Deepika Padukone set the temperatures soaring at GQ best-dressed party.

Deepika Padukone dazzles at GQ Best Dressed party
Deepika Padukone dazzles at GQ Best Dressed party

Deepika Padukone who has been conquering the world with her impeccable fashion sense, made heads turn at the GQ Best Dressed party in Mumbai.

Deepika wore a black leather short and stylishly teamed it with a cape shirt. Those cufflinks added a quirk to her mystique look. The actress teamed it up with a black stocking and we absolutely loved it. Her hairdo was something new, the high ponytail braid style added an edge to her look. She completed the look with Diamond danglers and her on point winged eyeliner.

The Superstar pleased the fashion police across the globe with her MET Gala and Cannes appearance, garnering praises by international institutions and now she again is set to gather all praises.

Marking her global presence with not just stunning appearances but also magazine covers and mentions, Deepika Padukone is conquerings various feats one after another. She has definitely redefined fashion with this blackout fit and the edgy hairdo.

Deepika Padukone dazzles at GQ Best Dressed party
Deepika Padukone dazzles at GQ Best Dressed party

Termed as the Queen of 100 crores club, Deepika Padukone holds the most number of 7 100 crores films, while her last outing Padmavat clocking 300 crores at the box office. With this Deepika was titled the first actress to have entered the 300 crore club with a woman led film.

Deepika commands the title of being of being the most commercially viable actress in the industry, in addition to being the highest paid actress. The actress also enjoys a huge fan following, a testimony of which is seen on her social media platforms with a follower base of more than 75 million.

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