Deepika Padukone recalls the 2005 floods in Mumbai and how she was trapped. She told her aunt in Andheri, where she lived then, that she could not go back home and walked in waist-deep water and stayed at her friend’s house.
On July 26, 2005, heavy rains lashed Mumbai, paralyzing the city. Tens of thousands of homes have collapsed and many more have died.
In an interview with Mashable India, Deepika revealed that she was trapped in the floods and could not return home. “I was caught in the flood. In 2005 I was studying at an acting school in Juhu. As we left the classroom, we discovered that Carr and Santa Cruz had been submerged throughout the area. My friends and I walked in waist-deep water. I lived in Andheri and I could not go home because the whole area was flooded, ”he said.
“My friends offered to stay overnight because I live nearby. I think it takes two or three hours to travel from Ajivasan to Linking Road (about 1.5 km). We were all holding the divider and walking. Obviously, it was scary because there could have been live wires or manholes, ”he added.
Deepika Padukone recently watched the release of the play Kehriyan, which explores the issues of modern relationships, directed by Shakun Bhadra. He plays a yoga instructor with a traumatic past who begins a relationship with his cousin’s fiance. The film also stars Siddhant Chaturvedi, Ananya Pandey and Tairiya Karwa, Rajat Kapoor and Naseeruddin Shah in supporting roles.
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Next, Pathan stars in the film with Deepika Shahrukh Khan and John Abraham. His upcoming films include Project-K and Fighter for the remake of The Intern.