Deepika Padukone spoke about working in male-centric films – “We need to change the definition of feminism”

Deepika Padukone is in the headlines these days with her film Fighter. His film was released in cinemas today itself. Previously, Deepika was also seen in films like Jawaan and Pathan. Now the actress has 'Singham Again' and Prabhas' 'Kalki 2898 AD' in the pipeline. is too. What's special is that all of these films are male-centric. Recently, Deepika spoke about her work in male-centric films.

Talking to the media, Deepika Padukone said, “You never do anything alone.” I don't think women can be successful without men and men can be successful without women. I think we need to reformulate the definition of feminism.

During this, Deepika was asked if there was scope for 'Piku' in her career, to which the actress replied, “There is space, writers have to write.” It will happen, but I think it depends on time. After Covid everyone was a bit nervous. It was a new experience for everyone and we made a lot of assumptions about where we wanted to go.

Deepika Padukone further said that she doesn't care whether she makes a film with a budget of Rs 50 crore or directs a film with a budget of Rs 25 crore. Because their real goal is to accept a script that can inspire them.

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