Deepika Padukone sister Anisha Padukone
Deepika Padukone has a younger sister named Anisha Padukone, who was born on 2 February 1991. She is one of the India's young aspiring golfers. She is 5 years younger than Deepika. They both share a lovely bond with each other. Anisha is much focused to represent India as a golfer on international platform. She is not keen on becoming an actor or anything. It's golf and only golf for her at the moment. Her complete focus is on golf and she is a born athlete. Deepika is as protective as a mother for her. They share a beautiful equation with each other.
CareerAnisha Padukone studied at Mount Carmel College. Unlike her sister Deepika, Anisha does not want to storm into Bollywood. She is a golfer and also tried her hands in cricket, hockey, tennis and badminton but it is golf that attracted her most. She started playing golf at the age of 12. It was her father, India's badminton legend, Prakash Padukone, who inspired her to become a golfer.
Personal ProfileName : Anisha Padukone
Father : Prakash Padukone
Date of Birth : 2 February 1991
Age : 22 years
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What is the equation between you and your sister like?|
The age difference between us is five years. She is more of a motherly figure for me...very caring, very protective. We don't get to meet each other much. But when we do, we have a good time together. We share a simple sisterly bond just like any other siblings.
Have you watched all her films? Which ones did you like?
I have watched them all! I liked Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani and Love Aaj Kal a lot. In terms of performance, she did a really good job in Lafangey Parindey. Om Shanti Om was her debut film, and I think she held her own. I also liked her in Cocktail and Karthik Calling Karthik.
Do you critique your sister's performances?
Yes! For every movie, she will call me up and want to know what I and my family think. And I am a harsh critic. So, when I don't like her performance, I tell her straightaway.
One film of hers you didn't like.
I didn't enjoy Chennai Express. And I told her that. I guess it's not my kind of movie.