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Deepika Padukone shares childhood photo with sister

Deepika Padukone is seen with her sister Anisha in the photo shared on Instagram

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: April 6, 2017 11:27:07 pm
Deepika Padukone, deepika padukone childhood pic, deepika padukone image We can already see the star quality as this Bollywood star poses with her sister.

It’s not Children’s Day, Mother’s Day, Sister’s Day, but you don’t really need a particular day to talk about Bollywood stars, their films and take a look at their childhood photos. Deepika Padukone on Thursday posted a photo of her with sister Anisha, maybe shot when they were both still enjoying childhood.

Yes, it is hard to imagine that this cute little girl just made her Hollywood debut in xXx: Return of the Xander Cage and has now teamed up with filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali again for Padmavati. It seems Deepika decided to take a trip down the memory lane and posted a picture of herself before she became a global star. Now, we know that even before she entered the glamour world, Deepika Padukone knew how to pose when the camera was pointing at her.

Since a picture is worth a thousand words, Deepika probably chose not to spend her time giving long inspiring captions. A simple heart sign seemed enough to reflect a lovable memory she kept with herself. This has to be one of the cutest Throwback Thursday moment of the star.

Deepika Padukone has come a long way since her modelling days. Before making her debut opposite Shah Rukh Khan in Om Shanti Om, she had featured in several advertisements and had also featured in the music videos of Himesh Reshammiya song, Naam Tera Tera.

Take a look at some more of her childhood pictures. 

 

Cute, arent’ they? 

 

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