Deepika Padukone will be the first Indian celebrity from Bollywood to make it to an exclusive A-List area at London’s Madame Tussauds museum. Usually, wax statues of Bollywood stars have a separate A-List enclosure that’s in the dedicated Bollywood section. But Deepika is all set to be the first Bollywood figure to “cross-over” to the main A-List, where her statue will be placed next to the likes of Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Helen Mirren and other big names from the world of showbiz. Also Read - Charas Recovered From Deepika Padukone's Manager Karishma Prakash's House, NCB Says She Has Gone Missing
Talking about whom she’d like her statue to be placed next to, Deepika, who is currently in London getting her measurements taken for the process, the actress said, “I think near fun people so that we can have our own little party there. But I think just to be part of this legacy of people who have achieved so much in life is exciting enough.” Also Read - Drug Nexus Case: Deepika Padukone’s Manager Karishma Prakash was in Touch With Drug Peddlers
Deepika Padukone began the year with a bang with the magnum opus ‘Padmaavat’. The actress not only won the hearts of the audience but also garnered rave reviews for her apt portrayal of Rani Padmini. 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. Also Read - Deepika Padukone's Manager Karishma Prakash 'Untraceable' After NCB Raids Her Residence, Summoned For Tomorrow
Encashing on her popularity and audience pull, the actress is also touted as a brand favourite with as many as 18 highly coveted brands in her portfolio. The actress also made everyone proud by emerging as the only actress to feature in TIME’s 100 influential lists this year. Recently, Deepika Padukone made heads turn with her stunning appearance at the MET Gala and Cannes 2018. Deepika leads the title of being the most commercially viable actress in the industry followed with being the highest paid actress.