Deepika joins the ‘Pawri Ho Rahi Hai’ trend

In the photo, little Deepika can be seen riding a toy horse and it read, “Yeh hum hain (this is me)” followed by “Yeh humara ghoda hain (This is our horse) and “Aur yeh humari pawri ho rahi hain (and this is our party). She further captioned it, “who made this?”.

Actor Deepika Padukone is an avid social media user who always a step ahead with her Instagram game. She is often seen sharing hilarious memes that keep her fans entertained. Today Deepika took to her Instagram handle to join the ongoing trend of ‘pawri ho rahi hai’ and shared a hilarious meme of her child photo.

In the photo, little Deepika can be seen riding a toy horse and it read, “Yeh hum hain (this is me)” followed by “Yeh humara ghoda hain (This is our horse) and “Aur yeh humari pawri ho rahi hain (and this is our party). She further captioned it, “who made this?”.

Soon after this fans started flooding the comment section with laughing emojis.

Earlier, celebrities like Shahid Kapoor and Randeep Hooda too were spotted giving their spin to this ongoing trend on social media.

On the work front, Deepika is currently awaiting the release of ‘83’ alongside Ranveer Singh. Besides, she will be next seen in Shakun Batra’s untitled project with Ananya Panday and Siddhant Chaturvedi. She is also a part of Hrithik Roshan’s next ‘Fighter’ helmed by Siddharth Anand. She is likely to start shooting for ‘Pathan’ starring Shah Rukh Khan.

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