Deepika Padukone, who has gained appreciation around the globe with her best acting in the film Padmaavat was spotted crying. Yes, Deepika Padukone’s father was honored with Lifetime Achievement Award on behalf with Badminton Association of India.
Actress Deepika Padukone enjoying the success of her film “Padmaavat” & at the same time she seems in proud moment when her father Prakash Padukone receives Lifetime achievement award by Badminton Association of India(BAI).
As often parents feel proud on their children achievements with their unconditional love, but at the same time children are equally proud when their gets prestigious achievements.
The actress Deepika Padukone with her release of her much waited film Padmaavat, she is very much busy in attending promotional events, industry events, career events. Meanwhile she takes her time towards an epic and beautiful moments of her family in Delhi as her dad received this award.
Like being a proud daughter she was loaded with happiness as well as little emotional & can’t able to control her back, she gets in tears & also seen happily clicking picture of her father.
Deepika looked elegant in her own beautiful way in silk saree with mother Ujjala & sister Anisha Padukone in New Delhi. Where these pictures of their family moments looks awesome at the ceremony of felicitating her father, which is conferred by the Vice President Venkaiah Naidu.
In this ceremony, PV Sindhu, who won silver medal in 2016 Olympics was also present at the even & shared the picture with Padukone family & Congratulated Prakash Padukone for receiving life time achievement award.
Deepika Padukone & family also shared the stage with her father greeted Vice-President at the event.
“It is a privilege for me to receive this lifetime achievement award in its inaugural year. I played badminton at a time when not many knew what the sport was all about. I am glad to have played a small part in what game has achieved today. I played purely for the love of the game without expecting anything in return. And to see how much I can challenge myself despite there being no facilities. If appropriate systems are put in place India can be on par with other leading badminton nations of the world. However, if we do not achieve this, it will not be due to lack of talent in the country,” he said in his speech.