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Styled by shy genius designer Christopher Bailey of Burberry and Photographed by Prasad Naik.

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | March 9, 2011

The Famous ‘Shanti’ of OSO Deepika Padukone has graced the cover of Vogue India March Issue. Styled by the shy & genius designer Christopher Bailey of Burberry, Deepika looks spectacular and her curvaceous best in the latest issue of Vogue India.

According to Christopher Baily, Deepika is just stunning, “What a pleasure to have a glimpse of the famous Bollywood magic that the world obsesses about.”

When Vogue India asked him about his perception of beauty and style he said, “My feeling about beauty and style is that it needs to come from within. I like the word ‘honest’. I like the word ‘authentic’; and I don’t care if being honest and authentic makes you incredibly flashy, or it makes you incredibly understated. As long as it’s authentic or as long as it’s you doing something that is true to your spirit and true to the way you live. Then I think there is beauty in it. If in diversity there’s consistency, there is honesty—that I appreciate.”

Christopher who thoroughly enjoyed the photo shoot with Deepika shared his experience of coming to India “I am overwhelmed by how welcoming everybody is here. Everyone is warm, cultured and sophisticated. I feel this palpable energy sweeping through India and I can really feel her moving, really fast. The cities are growing, and they are vibrant and dynamic. I am looking forward to spending some proper time here.”

Styled by Christopher, Deepika looked immensely hot in the magazine. She commented on her stylist Baily, “He was so sweet at the shoot, quiet and a little self-conscious, really lovely.”

Deepika Padukone is not big on social networking—her Facebook updates are irregular and her presence on Twitter nearly non-existent. “There’s a certain something in not letting everything out, no? Why would I want everyone to know what I’m doing at any given time of day?”

Padukone says of her much-anticipated item number in the title song of Rohan Sippy’s Dum Maro Dum, “It was the first time I was offered something like this, people don’t generally see me in that role. It was music, drama, fun!”

She has that incomparable pride of someone who made it on her own, “Work has brought luxuries. I have my own place now, I own three cars. But I still remember the high of buying my first car, an Accent, and how it felt to buy my home. My money, my hard work.”

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