9 Apr 2013

Critics' award at TOIFA is Deepika's most memorable moment

Mumbai, April 9 (IANS) Deepika Padukone, who won the critics' award for best actress for her peformance in "Cocktail" at the just-concluded Times of India Film Awards (TOIFA) awards in Vancouver, describes it as the most memorable moment of her life till now.
Asked about her most memorable moment and time of her life, Deepika said: "Ironic that you ask me this question today. The fact that I won the best actor - critics' at the TOIFA awards. For me, I think right now that's the most memorable moment for me."
The actress spoke at the launch of the latest collection of Tissot watches Monday.
"I am sad that I couldn't be there (in Vancouver), but people from there started calling me and I am very happy," she added.
Meanwhile, Deepika says she would love to travel back to the the 1970s and 1980s era, if given a chance.
"I think the 'Om Shanti Om' era, I think the 1970s and the 1980s. I think that was a very interesting time for fashion and films... I would love to go back to that era," Deepika said.
Deepika's forthcoming film is Karan Johar's "Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani" with Ranbir Kapoor. It is slated to release May 31.
She is also shooting for "Chennai Express" with superstar Shah Rukh Khan and "Ram Leela" with Ranveer Singh.
--Indo-Asian News Service

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