Earlier this year, Deepika Padukone was named the first Indian brand ambassador for the French luxury label Louis Vuitton. Her brand’s advertisement was recently discovered in Los Angeles by a fan.
Deepika Padukone responded to a friend who described seeing her poster on the streets of Los Angeles as making her feel “proud.” Deepika was appointed as the first Indian brand ambassador for the French luxury label Louis Vuitton earlier this year. Her advertising for the global luxury brand have been displayed on billboards in a number of nations, including Thailand, France, and the United States. Read More| In response to “ma” Farah Khan, who saw Deepika Padukone’s advertisement in Bangkok,
A friend recently reported seeing her Louis Vuitton advertisement on the streets of Los Angeles and remarking on how beautiful the Californian metropolis had become as a result. The companion posted a picture of the advertisement on Instagram Stories with the description, “We found our favourite @deepikapadukone, and instantly LA became more stunning. (Blue heart emoji) So proud.” The caption on Deepika’s Instagram Stories said, “My heart feels soo full.”
Previously, Om Shanti Om director Farah Khan, who gave Deepika her break with her 2007 film, saw the actor in an advertisement while on vacation with her family in Bangkok and expressed her pride in him on Instagram. Looking good sweetheart,” Farah captioned a photo of the hoarding. Deepika responded, “Thank you, mum” (for Farah). When nobody else had faith in me, you did. You were already a star back then, Farah retorted. So pleased
Arjun Kapoor and Malaika Arora also saw Deepika’s Louis Vuitton advertisement in the Paris airport in June, and they posted a clip of the advertisement on their Instagram pages. When sharing the video, Arjun commented, “Desi touch to the videsi holiday. I so happy to see this is in the airport in Paris. So freaking cool, Malaika captioned the picture. Ever-evolving trendsetter.
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