Mommy To Be Deepika Padukone's Roles In Brahmastra, Jawan, Kalki 2898 AD, Prompts Epic Reactions From Fans: That’s Method Acting

Lately, Deepika Padukone has been playing the role of a mother in her recent films. Noticing this, and considering that the actress is pregnant with her first child with Ranveer Singh, fans and netizens have gone berserk and have epic reactions online. Read on to know more.
?Mommy To Be Deepika Padukone's Roles In Bharamastra, Jawan, Kalki 2898 AD, Prompts Epic Reactions From Fans: That’s Method Acting

Lately, Deepika Padukone has been playing the role of a mother in her recent films. Noticing this, and considering that the actress is pregnant with her first child with Ranveer Singh, fans and netizens have gone berserk and have epic reactions online. Read on to know more.

Deepika Padukone's portrayal of a mother in her recent films has sparked discussions online making fans go frenzy, considering that she is expecting her first child with Ranveer Singh in September this year. The actress has played the role of a mother in Jawan, Brahmastra Part One: Shiva and will do so in the upcoming Kalki 2898 AD.

Deepika's Role In Kalki 2898 AD

The trailer of Kalki 2898 AD has caused a stir online, mostly because of its stellar cast featuring Amitabh Bachchan, Prabhas, Deepika Padukone and Kamal Haasan. Apart from its innovating storyline and grand scale, what caught everyone's attention was Deepika, who is expecting her first child with actor and her husband Ranveer Singh, sporting a baby bump in the movie. Theories around the film say that Deepika's unborn child is speculated to be an incarnation of Kalki, thus suggesting that her character will play a significant role in the story.
So, the fans went into a frenzy when they spotted Deepika's baby bump in Kalki 2898 AD. A netizen posted about this on Reddit saying, "Deepika Padukone making her own genre of being the important mother of an important child." The post gained traction and became viral in no time, with internet users lauding the actress' exceptional acting skills.
One fan penned, "Mother is mothering!"
Another comment read, "She was manifesting her own baby."
A third user wrote, "And now going to be a mother irl (in real life). That’s method acting,".
Earlier, Deepika Padukone spoke to Film Companion about getting on board Kalki 2898 AD. She said, "I have to say I’m nervous because when the camera rolls it will feel like a familiar territory but I have not worked with Prabhas before. I have not worked with Nag Ashwin before. I’ll also have to do this in a different language apart from doing it in Hindi so there’s all of these things, plus it’s such a VFX heavy film. Even just the character and the world, all of it is so new for me. But I’m also excited."

Deepika's Role In Bhramastra Part One: Shiva

It is interesting to note, that this is not the first time Deepika has played the role of a mother whose character holds major significance in a movie. Fans have noticed that Deepika has been excelling in mother roles in Bollywood recently. Previously she played Ranbir Kapoor's mother in Bhramastra Part One: Shiva, the first instalment of the planned trilogy in the Astraverse by Ayan Mukerji.
The film also featured Alia Bhatt, Amitabh Bachchan, Mouni Roy and Nagarjuna Akkineni. The storyline of Bharamastra revolves around Shiva (Ranbir), a young DJ and orphan who discovers that he possesses special powers that make him immune to fire.

Deepika's Role In Jawan

In 2023, Deepika Padukone portrayed Shah Rukh Khan's mother in Jawan. In the film, Shah Rukh Khan played dual roles as Captain Vikram Rathore and his son Azad, while Deepika made special appearances. Her portrayal of Aishwarya, the wife of Vikram Rathore and mother of Azad received much love and appreciation from the audience. Talking about the movie and the love she received for it, Deepika said, "I have no words to say except thank you so much for all the love. I really just did this for my love for Shah Rukh and everyone knows the relationship that we share. And I didn’t anticipate for this to become so special but I’m just proud and happy to be here and support the team."
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