Deepika Padukone to star opposite Brad Pitt?

Isn't this the best news ever?

Entertainment Desk February 23, 2016
Isn't this the best news ever? PHOTO: FILE

Bollywood's 'Mastani' Deepika Padukone after setting foot in Hollywood with her upcoming film alongside Vin Diesel is reportedly going to star next with handsome hunk Brad Pitt.

According to PinkVilla, the Bollywood beauty has signed a film with Brad Pitt and it's got everyone in jitters.

Isn't this the best news ever?

Nina Dobrev can’t believe how stunning Deepika Padukone is

We can only wait in anticipation for more details!

Deepika Padukone is currently in Toronto, Canada shooting her upcoming Hollywood debut xXx: The Return of Xander Cage starring Vin Diesel, Nina Dobrev, Samuel L Jackson, Ruby Rose, Conor McGregor and Tony Jaa.

She has been bonding well with her new-found family and took to Twitter to share a picture of the cast together.

The film's release date is yet to be announced.


Shaukat ali | 5 years ago | Reply Jealous of lack luster Indian actors!! Hardly! For Hollywood these Indian actresses are a novelty, an exotic breed that stimulates them. Otherwise no long lasting effect has ever come out of popular Bollywood stars acting in western films. The ones that did make a mark are real actors who are not popular in India because they don't indulge in super set dance numbers, songs and fake acting!!
David | 5 years ago | Reply deepika and priyanka both are making our country proud... in regard of the above mentioned comment I want to say dat aiswarya made a rely heavy impression in hollywood, instead of criticizing her role in pink panther u should have watched pride and prejudice , mistress of spices and her international network.... even will smith was dying to work with her but she doesn't gave a damn .... priyanka chopra da first asian to present at the oscars and winning ppl choice award n how can forgot freida pinto da highest paid hollywood actress n dev patel too.. so watchout b4 commenting on such proud icons...
Replying to X

Comments are moderated and generally will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive.

For more information, please see our Comments FAQ


Most Read