She has the attitude, she has the oomph and she has the body to pose as catwoman with aplomb. Deepika Padukone, who's still basking in the success of Cocktail, goes one step ahead of her glamorous character Veronica in this shoot.
In the behind-the-scenes footage, Deepika Padukone shows off her curves as she attempts to give a perfect shot to the lensman.
Her black shining outfit coupled with her killer gaze set the mood for the shoot. Deepika graced the August issue of GQ magazine.
In an interview to GQ magazine, Deepika admits she has a dark side in real life.
"Everyone has a dark side, some people are aware of it and some accept it, some people fight it and some don't even know it's there, I've realised I have it," says the 26-year-old.
The glamorous actress is clear about his life and career. "There's a certain career I saw for myself, certain people I wanted to work with. Today, I'm living the life," she says.
And what about her love life? "I've reached a stage where there's no man in my life, and I'm not looking for one. But when I do, I know that I just want something basic and simple: a regular guy with a regular job, who I can come home to. Men who are quietly confident are way more attractive than guys who try too hard."
The desi Veronica also has a dating tip for today's younger generation. "It's about making eye contact. You look at each other across the room, you know he's looking at you, and you know you're looking at him."
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