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Many young girls look up to her and want to be like her. Be it her contribution to films or social activities, she has always done a commendable job and made her fans super proud. In her exclusive interview with ES magazine, Deepika Padukone talked about many things including depression, childhood, MeToo campaign, marriage and sexism in the film industry. Read on to know her revelations To get a boob job, do the beauty pageants. They felt it was the right way to be recognised or picked up by a Bollywood director or producer. But I haven't been that person; I've always followed my gut. They are amazing role models. There's so much more awareness. There are so many people who speak up and I think in the same way that we see the wheels moving in the right direction globally, I see the same thing happening in India as well. I was on a career high but that's the thing about depression, there are no warning signs. Or what strata of society you come from. It can affect literally anyone. I think I've been fortunate to have had it detected early on in my life so it didn't get to that stage. But you can't separate them from one another; it's all in the same family. I was a tomboy," said Deepika, while speaking about her childhood. That was [with] Vin Diesel and his sister, Samantha. So I think when you have people at the top, when you have leaders who talk about inclusion, who understand diversity in its truest sense, not for a moment will you feel like an outsider or feel different. So at no point did I feel like a misfit. ES Magazine For all the buzzing scoop from the world of entertainment.
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