A Leading British Publication Trolls Deepika Padukone Yet Again

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - MUMBAI, India - Nov 08, 2016 - Deepika Padukone, who is enjoying a high end global status now was recently in Rotterdam, Netherlands as she was one of the presenters at MTV EMA Awards. The leggy lass slayed the centre stage with her unique style. While Dippy’s fans here in India liked her fashion sense, fashion gurus looked a bit upset with her dressing style. A leading British publication ‘Daily Mail’ tagged her as the ‘Bollywood Blunder’ and placed her in the list of ‘Worst Dressed Celebs.’

These are the approximate words written by them, “Bollywood blunder: Indian actress Deepika Padukone may be stunning but her swamp green bralet and skirt combo did nothing for her sensational figure.”

Meanwhile this is not the first time this leading daily has trolled Deepika. Earlier this year they failed to recognise Deepika when she was spotted with Tennis star Novak Djokovic. They reported that Novak Djokovic dined with a ‘Female Companion.’ They also wrote, “While he [Djokovic] kept it casual, she appeared to have made more of an effort in sartorial terms, favouring a timeless monochrome colour theme” and complained about her poor fashion sense.

Well with two consequent incidents with the same celebrity in the same year is not appreciable at all, maybe they will do their homework regularly next time.

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