Fashionable minds assume alike. The queen of R&B and pop, Beyonce was spotted rocking a dress we saw earlier this year on Deepika Padukone. The singer wore constant bright pink Ashi Studio ruffle dress that Deepika wore to her final red carpet appearance this year at the Cannes Film Festival in May. Beyonce wore it to the 2018 Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 concert in South Africa.
The singer let her hair loose for the night and wore silver heels to complete the look. Throughout the concert, she performed with singer Ed Sheeran and additionally sang her hit song Halo.
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Deepika had attended the Cannes Film Festival as the brand ambassador of Loreal for two days. She wore a white gown on the first day and the pink Ashi Studio outfit on the second.
Deepika recently tied the knot with her boyfriend of six years, Ranveer Singh. They exchanged vows in a secret wedding in Italy’s Lake Como on November 14 and 15. Their friends and family joined them for the special day and they threw several parties for their friends and families once they arrived back in India.
Deepika Padukone has made it to the top 5 of Forbes India’s 2018 list of richest Indians, changing into the first woman to do so. The newlywed actor Deepika Padukone, whose Padmaavat went on to interrupt several records, raked in a very extraordinary Rs 112.8 crore this year to become the highest-earning woman celebrity. Her husband Ranveer Singh is number eight with Rs 84.67 crores and Ajay Devgn ranks tenth on the list with Rs 74.5 crores.
According to the publication, there are 18 women on the list (which first came out in 2012) – down from 21 in 2017. Actors Alia Bhatt, Anushka Sharma, Katrina Kaif and shuttlers PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal are part of the 100.
Forbes noted that the period under its consideration was October 1, 2017, to September 30, 2018. The cumulative earnings figure for 2018 amounted to Rs 3,140.25 crore, which is 17 per cent higher than last year’s Rs 2,683 crore.