Friday, 5 September 2014

Deepika Padukone

Deepika Padukone (pronounced [d[i:pIka: p@d.Uko:n.]; born 5January 1986) is an Indian film actress and model. She has establisheda successful career in Bollywood films, and is cited in the mediaas one of the most popular and attractive Indian celebrities.

Padukone, the daughter of the badminton player Prakash Padukone,was born in Copenhagen and raised in Bangalore. As a teenagershe played badminton in national level championships, but left hercareer in sport to become a fashion model. She soon received offersfor film roles, and made her acting debut in 2006 as the titularcharacter of the Kannada film Aishwarya. Padukone then playeddual roles in her first Bollywood release--the 2007 blockbusterOm Shanti Om--and won a Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut.

Padukone received praise for portraying the lead female roles in the2009 romance Love Aaj Kal and the 2010 drama LafangeyParindey, but her performances in the 2008 romantic comedy BachnaAe Haseeno and the 2010 comedy Housefull met with negativereviews. She followed it with roles in a series of commerciallyunsuccessful films that failed to propel her career forward. The 2012box office hit Cocktail marked a significant turning point in hercareer, earning her critical acclaim and Best Actress nominations atseveral award ceremonies. In 2013, Padukone established herself as aleading actress of Hindi cinema by playing primary roles in thecomedies Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani and Chennai Express (both ofwhich rank among the highest-grossing Bollywood films of alltime), and won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress for herperformance in the tragic romance Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela.

Alongside her acting career, Padukone participates in stage shows, haswritten columns for an Indian newspaper, and is a prominent celebrityendorser for brands and products. Her off-screen life is the subjectof fervent tabloid reporting in India.

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Early life and modelling career

Deepika Padukone was born on 5 January 1986 in Copenhagen,Denmark, to Konkani-speaking parents. Her father,Prakash, is a former badminton player of international repute, andher mother, Ujjala, is a travel agent. Her younger sister,Anisha, is a golfer. Her paternal grandfather, Ramesh, wassecretary of the Mysore Badminton Association for many years.The family relocated to Bangalore, India, when Padukone was a yearold. She was educated at Bangalore's Sophia High School,and completed her pre-university education at Mount CarmelCollege. She subsequently enrolled at the Indira GandhiNational Open University for a Bachelor of Arts degree insociology, but later dropped out due to scheduling conflicts with hermodelling career.Deepika Padukone is posing with her father, mother and sisterPadukone along with her parents and sister at the 59th FilmfareAwards in 2014

Padukone has admitted to being socially awkward as a child, and didnot have many friends. The focus of her life was badminton,which she played competitively from a young age. Describing her dailyroutine in a 2012 interview, Padukone said, "I would wake up at fivein the morning, go for physical training, go to school, again go forplaying badminton, finish my homework and go to sleep."Padukone continued to pursue a career in badminton throughout herschool years, and played the sport in national level championships.She also played baseball in a few state level tournaments.While concentrating on her education and sporting career, Padukonealso worked as a child model, first appearing in a couple ofadvertising campaigns at the age of eight. In the tenthgrade, she changed focus and decided to become a fashion model. Shelater explained, "I realised that I was playing the game only becauseit ran in the family. So, I asked my father if I could give up thegame and he wasn't upset at all." In 2004, she began afull-time career as a model under the tutelage of PrasadBidapa.

Early in her career, Padukone gained recognition with a televisioncommercial for the soap Liril, and modelled for various otherbrands and products. In 2005, she made herrunway debut at the Lakme Fashion Week for designer SuneetVarma, and won the "Model of the Year" award at the KingfisherFashion Awards. Padukone's fame increased when sheappeared in a highly popular print campaign for the 2006Kingfisher Calendar; the designer Wendell Rodrickscommented, "Since Aishwarya Rai, we haven't had a girl asbeautiful and fresh." Rodricks had spotted her at a Ganjamjewellery class he was teaching and signed her up with the Matrixagency. At the age of 21, Padukone relocated to Mumbaiand stayed at her aunt's home. That year, she gained widerrecognition by featuring in the music video for HimeshReshammiya's song "Naam Hai Tera."

Padukone soon began to receive offers for film roles.Believing herself to be too inexperienced as an actor, she insteadenrolled for a course at Anupam Kher's film academy.Following much media speculation, the director Farah Khan, who hadnoticed her in Reshammiya's music video, made the decision to cast herfor a role in Happy New Year.

Acting career

Film debut and breakthrough (2006-09)

Padukone announced in 2006 that she would make her film debut withAishwarya, a Kannada film directed by IndrajitLankesh. The romantic comedy was a remake of the Telugufilm Manmadhudu, and she was cast in the titular role oppositethe actor Upendra. The film proved a major commercialsuccess. RG Vijayasarathy of wasappreciative of Padukone's screen presence but added that "she needsto work on her emotional scenes."

By the end of 2006, Farah Khan's Happy New Year was shelved, and Khanhad instead cast Padukone for the reincarnation melodrama OmShanti Om (2007). Set against the backdrop of the Hindifilm industry, the film tells the story of a struggling actor in the1970s who dies soon after witnessing the murder of the woman he loved,and is reincarnated to avenge her death. Shahrukh Khan starred asthe protagonist, and Padukone featured in dual roles--Shantipriya, aleading actress of the 1970s, and later as Sandy, an aspiring actress.She said, "I've grown up watching [Shahrukh] and always admired him somuch. To get to work with him ... is quite wonderful. It was alsofantastic that Farah showed faith in my talent and cast me oppositehim." In preparation for her role, Padukone watched severalfilms of actresses Helen and Hema Malini to study their bodylanguage, which she felt "were more graceful" and "completelydifferent from today's actors." However, her voice wasdubbed by the voice artist Mona Ghosh Shetty. For oneof the songs in the film, "Dhoom Taana," Padukone drew upon Indianclassical dance, and according to Dorling Kindersley,"mesmeriz[ed] audiences" by using hasta mudras (handgestures). Om Shanti Om was a commercial success, andemerged as the highest grossing film of the year, with a globalrevenue of INR 1.49 billion (US$25 million). TaranAdarsh of the entertainment portal Bollywood Hungama reviewed,"Deepika has all it takes to be a top star--the personality, the looksand yes, she's supremely talented too. Standing in the same frame as[Shahrukh] and getting it right is no small achievement. She comes asa whiff of fresh air!" At the annual Filmfare Awardsceremony, Padukone was awarded the Best Female Debut Award andreceived her first nomination in the Best Actresscategory.Deepika Padukone is smiling away from the cameraPadukone at the first look launch of Love Aaj Kal, 2009

Bollywood Hungama reported that the success of Om Shanti Om proved abreakthrough for Padukone. She followed this successwith the role of Gayatri (one of star Ranbir Kapoor's loveinterests), a feisty student in Australia who moonlights as a cabdriver in Yash Raj Films' romantic comedy Bachna Ae Haseeno(2008). The film was a financial success, but Namrata Joshiof Outlook wrote that Padukone's performance was disappointing:"She is mannequin-like and utterly lacks fire and zing."

Padukone's first release of 2009 came alongside Akshay Kumar inthe Nikhil Advani-directed kung fu comedy Chandni ChowkTo China, in which she portrayed the dual roles of Indian-Chinese twinsisters Sakhi and Suzy. Produced by Warner Bros., it had one ofthe widest international releases ever given to an Indianfilm. Padukone learned the Japanese martial art form ofjujutsu, and performed her stunts without the use of a bodydouble. Despite the hype, Chandni Chowk To Chinaproved a major financial failure with worldwide earnings of INR554.7 million (US$9.2 million) on a budget of INR 800 million(US$13 million). Film critics were generallydisappointed with the picture and Padukone's performance;Justin Trout of Orlando Weekly noted that she "is so wasted inChandni Chowk, my mind often wandered back to Om Shanti Om during herscenes, possibly as a defense mechanism."

That same year, Padukone featured in an item number (for a songcalled "Love Mera Hit Hit") in the drama Billu,following which she appeared alongside Saif Ali Khan in theromantic drama Love Aaj Kal from the writer-directorImtiaz Ali. The film documented the changing value ofrelationships among the youth, and had Padukone play the part of MeeraPandit, a head-strong career woman. With a worldwide gross ofINR 1.2 billion (US$20 million), Love Aaj Kal proved to be thethird highest-grossing film of 2009. Aniruddha Guha ofDaily News and Analysis said that Padukone "delivers the best ofher four performances so far" and Nikhat Kazmi of The Times ofIndia mentioned her as "definitive and strong." Atthe 55th Filmfare Awards Padukone received a nomination for BestActress.

Career struggles (2010-11)

Padukone had five film releases in 2010. Her first role was in VijayLalwani's psychological thriller Karthik Calling Karthik,where Padukone was cast as the supportive girlfriend of a depressedman (played by Farhan Akhtar) who goes through a series ofchanges after receiving mysterious phone calls every morning. DerekElley of Variety found the film to be "thinly plotted" but addedthat "the uncomplicated ingenuousness of Padukone ... helps make thetall tale convincing." Commercially, the film performedpoorly. Her most economically profitable film that year wasSajid Khan's INR 1.15 billion (US$19 million)-grossingcomedy film Housefull in which she featured alongside anensemble cast including Akshay Kumar, Ritesh Deshmukh,Lara Dutta, Arjun Rampal, Jiah Khan and BomanIrani. Raja Sen described the film as a "festival ofbad acting" and attributed Padukone's poor performance to her"plasticky expressions."Deepika Padukone is sitting on a chair and smiling at the cameraPadukone at a promotional event for Lafangey Parindey, 2010

Pradeep Sarkar's drama Lafangey Parindey (2010) saw Padukonestar opposite Neil Nitin Mukesh in the role of Pinky Palkar, ablind girl determined to win a skating competition. In preparation forher role, she observed the interactions of blind people and rehearsedscenes while blindfolded. Writing for The Hindu,Sudhish Kamath was particularly impressed by Padukone and wrote thatshe "exercises considerable restraint" in playing her part.Later that year, Hindustan Times published that the film helpedchange people's perception of Padukone, with focus directed on heracting prowess rather than her appearance. Her next role wasopposite Imran Khan in the Danish Aslam-directed romanticcomedy Break Ke Baad. CNN-IBN's Rajeev Masand found thefilm to be "reasonably engaging" and noted that it was "watchablelargely for the performance of its leading lady." BothLafangey Parindey and Break Ke Baad underperformed at the boxoffice.

Padukone's final release of 2010 was Ashutosh Gowarikar'speriod film Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey opposite AbhishekBachchan. Based on the book Do and Die by Manini Chatterjee,the film is a retelling of the 1930 Chittagong armouryraid. Bachchan featured as the revolutionary leaderSurya Sen and Padukone played Kalpana Dutta, hisconfidante. Padukone said that she did not research for therole as there were "hardly ... any reference points as to what Kalpanalooked like other than a few photos," and relied completely onGowarikar's direction. A review published in TheTelegraph was appreciative of Padukone's portrayal, and the filmreceived a generally positive critical reception.Despite this, it proved a major commercial disappointment.

Padukone began 2011 with an item number in Rohan Sippy's DumMaaro Dum. The song was a remixed version of the iconic song "DumMaro Dum," from the 1971 film Hare Rama Hare Krishna, whichfeatured Zeenat Aman. Padukone referred to it as "thewildest song any actress has done;" the song's "suggestive lyrics" and"raunchy moves" attracted controversy including a court case forindecency. Her next film was Prakash Jha'ssocio-political drama Aarakshan, co-starring AmitabhBachchan, Saif Ali Khan, Manoj Bajpayee and Prateik Babbar,which dealt with the political issue of caste-based reservationsin India. Trade journalists had high expectations for the film whichultimately flopped at the box office. Criticalreaction was largely negative, though Pratim D. Gupta mentionedPadukone as the most "refreshing thing about [the]movie." Her final appearance that year was inRohit Dhawan's comedy-drama Desi Boyz alongside Akshay Kumar,John Abraham and Chitrangada Singh, a role that failed topropel her career forward. The series of poorlyreceived films led critics to perceive that Padukone had "[lost] hersparkle."

Cocktail and beyond (2012-present)

In an interview for The Indian Express, Padukone said that herstarring role in the 2012 Homi Adajania-directed romantic comedyCocktail marked a significant turning point in hercareer. Raja Sen of opined that she hadsuccessfully proved to be a "stunning girl who can alsoact." Set in London, Cocktail tells the story of a softwareengineer (played by Saif Ali Khan) and his relationship with twotemperamentally different women--an impulsive party girl (Veronica,played by Padukone) and a submissive girl next door (Meera,played by Diana Penty). During the script narration, the producerDinesh Vijan offered Padukone the choice of which woman to play; shedecided on Veronica to expand her horizons as an actress.Portraying the role was a creative and physical challenge for her, andto achieve the physical requirements of her character she exercisedextensively and followed a rigorous diet. Criticswere divided in their opinion of the film, but particularly praisedPadukone's performance; Devesh Sharma of Filmfarecredited her as the "soul of the film" and wrote that she "excels inevery scene, whether as a material girl who enjoys sex, drugs and rockand roll or as the jealousy ridden girl out to destroyherself." Cocktail earned Padukone Best Actress nominationsat several award ceremonies, including Filmfare, Screen, andIIFA. The film proved a box office hit aswell.

In 2013, Padukone established herself as a leading actress ofcontemporary Hindi cinema by featuring in four of thetop-grossing productions of the year. Shecollaborated with Saif Ali Khan for the fourth time (alongside JohnAbraham, Jacqueline Fernandez, Ameesha Patel, and AnilKapoor) in Abbas-Mustan's Race 2, an ensemble actionthriller that served as a sequel to the 2008 film Race. The filmreceived predominantly negative reviews from critics, butwith a total collection of INR 1.62 billion (US$27 million), itproved to be a commercial success. In aparticularly scathing review, Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV wrote thatboth Padukone and Fernandez "strut around like wound-up automatonsthat are all decked-up but have nowhere to go."A head shot of Deepika PadukonePadukone at a screening of Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela in2013. She was awarded the Filmfare Award for Best Actress for herperformance in the film

Ayan Mukerji's romantic comedy Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani wasPadukone's next film release. Co-starring alongside Ranbir Kapoor,Kalki Koechlin, and Aditya Roy Kapoor, she was cast as NainaTalwar, a "shy wallflower," which marked a departure from theglamorous characters that she had a reputation forportraying. Film critics praised Padukone's performance,though their response to the film was mixed. RajaSen thought that the film "lacked a good story" but added,"Deepika ... plays it beautifully. She acts within herself and eschewsexaggeration, and the results are impressive ... This may be her mostself-aware performance so far, and here's to more of thesame." The pairing of Padukone with Kapoor (herex-boyfriend) resulted in hype over the film's release, andit proved a major commercial success with a worldwide revenue ofINR 3.02 billion (US$50 million). Her nextappearance was opposite Shahrukh Khan in Rohit Shetty'saction-comedy film Chennai Express. She played MeenalochiniAzhagusundaram, a Tamil girl on the run from her father (a localdon), which required that she adopt a Tamil accent. Criticalopinion on her accent was mixed, but her performancereceived praise; film critic Aseem Chhabra concluded,"Padukone is delightful in the film--beautiful, smiling, and often alot more playful and funny than Khan." Chennai Express wasPadukone's second consecutive release to earn over INR 3 billion(US$50 million) in worldwide ticket sales; both Yeh Jawaani HaiDeewani and Chennai Express rank among the highest-grossingBollywood films of all time.

Padukone next played opposite Ranveer Singh in Goliyon KiRaasleela Ram-Leela, an adaptation of the Shakespearean tragedyof Romeo and Juliet from director Sanjay Leela Bhansali. Herrole was Leela, a Gujarati girl based on the character ofJuliet. Initially titled Ram-Leela, the film's titlewas changed after a court case was registered against Bhansali,Padukone, and Singh for "offending the religious sentiments" of theHindu community by showcasing sex and violence under a title thatrefers to the life of Lord Rama. Goliyon Ki RaasleelaRam-Leela released among protests across several states in India, butwas generally well received by critics. Meena Iyerof The Times of India mentioned Padukone as "breathtaking", andwriting for Deccan Chronicle, Khalid Mohamed concluded that"it's Deepika Padukone whom the film belongs to. Looking drop deadgorgeous and going at her part with a wallop, she's the prime asset ofRam-Leela." The film earned INR 2.02 billion(US$34 million) worldwide, making it Padukone's fourth consecutive boxoffice hit of the year. Her performances inChennai Express and Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela won her severalawards, including the Screen Award for Best Actress forboth films and the Filmfare Award for Best Actress for thelatter. Padukone's first release of 2014 wasopposite Rajinikanth in the Tamil film Kochadaiiyaan, aperiod drama that was shot using motion capture technology; itperformed moderately well at the box office.

Upcoming projects

As of July 2014, Padukone has several upcoming projects. She hascompleted work on Homi Adajania's English film Finding Fanny, asatire co-starring Arjun Kapoor, Naseeruddin Shah,Dimple Kapadia and Pankaj Kapur, and will featurein Farah Khan's renewal of Happy New Year with Shahrukh Khan andAbhishek Bachchan. She is filming Imtiaz Ali'sTamasha, a romantic drama opposite Ranbir Kapoor, andShoojit Sircar's drama Piku, in which she has been cast asthe eponymous protagonist alongside Amitabh Bachchan, Irrfan Khanand Jisshu Sengupta. Padukonewill also portray Mastani opposite Ranveer Singh's Baji RaoI and Priyanka Chopra's Kashibai in Sanjay Leela Bhansali'sBajirao Mastani.

Personal life and off-screen work

Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor are posing for the cameratogetherPadukone with Ranbir Kapoor at a promotional event for YehJawaani Hai Deewani in 2013

Padukone shares a close bond with her family, and visits themregularly in her hometown of Bangalore. She lives byherself in Prabhadevi, a neighbourhood in Mumbai, and admits tomissing the presence of her family there. Shesays, "I miss them, but luckily I have a life of my own, which keepsme from getting homesick. I wouldn't want them to uproot their livesfrom Bengaluru just to be with me." A practicingHindu, Padukone considers religion to be an important aspect ofher life and makes frequent visits to temples and other religiousshrines. She has also been outspoken on issues such asfeminism and has said, "New feminism isn't about beingaggressive; it's about reaching the top yet being soft. It's aboutbeing you -- feminine, strong and full of will power."

While filming Bachna Ae Haseeno in 2008, Padukone began a romanticrelationship with co-star Ranbir Kapoor. She spoke openlyabout the relationship and sported a tattoo of his initials on thenape of her neck. She has said that the relationship had aprofound effect on her, transforming her into a more confident andsocial person. The Indian media speculated on an engagement,and reported that this had occurred in November 2008, althoughPadukone had stated that she had no plans to marry within the nextfive years. The couple broke up a year later;she professed in an interview to feeling "angry" and "betrayed" for along time, but insisted that they remained on good terms. Ina 2010 interview, Padukone made a comment that the media speculatedwas a reference to her break-up with Kapoor:

The first time he cheated on me, I thought there was somethingwrong with me or the relationship, but when someone makes a habitof it, you know the problem lies with him. Yet I was foolish enoughto give him a second chance because he begged and pleaded, despitethe fact that everyone around me said he was still straying. Iguess I really wanted to believe in him. Then I actually caught himred-handed. It took me a while to get out. But having done that,nothing can make me go back. That ship has sailed.

A side shot of Deepika PadukonePadukone launching a double issue of Women's Health in 2012

Kapoor initially denied the allegations, but according to The Times ofIndia, he later admitted to the infidelity. In 2013,following the production of Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Padukone toldFilmfare that she now "shares a great comfort level" withhim.

In 2011, a set of pictures showing Padukone kissing the cricketmanager Siddharth Mallya at an Indian Premier League matchwere made available on the web. This led to widespeculation in the media about the nature of theirrelationship, which Padukone declined to talk aboutpublicly. The following year there were reports about a break-up, towhich she said: "Just because we are not seen together, it doesn'tmean that we are not friends anymore." She has since deniedreports of other link-ups, stating that she is "not in a frame of mindto be in a relationship."

In addition to acting, Padukone has written opinion columns and hasbeen involved with women's health and fitness magazines. She has alsosupported charitable organisations, and has performed for stage shows.In 2009, she was hired by Hindustan Times to write weekly columns fortheir lifestyle section; through these columns she interacted with herfans and passed details of her personal and professionallife. That year, she participated in theWorld 10K Bangalore marathon, which raised INR 13.1 million(US$220,000) in support of 81 NGOs. In 2010,Padukone adopted the Maharashtrian village of Ambegaon aspart of NDTV's Greenathon Campaign, to provide the village with aregular supply of electricity. She visited Indianjawans (troops) in Jammu, for an Independence Dayspecial episode of NDTV's reality show Jai Jawaan. Padukonealso took part in the opening ceremony of the third season of theIndian Premier League at the DY Patil Stadium in NaviMumbai. Three years later, she performed alongside ShahrukhKhan, Katrina Kaif, and Pitbull for the sixth editionof the Indian Premier League. In early 2013, Padukoneperformed at the Zee Cine Awards and later that yeardanced to a couple of her songs in Macau for the 14th IIFAAwards. Padukone has also been involved with theOlympic Gold Quest team, established by her father and GeetSethi to support Indian athletes at the Olympic Games, along withsports personalities such as Leander Paes and ViswanathanAnand and several other actors. In 2013, she launched herown line of clothing for women, in association with the retail chainVan Heusen.

In the media

A shot of Deepika Padukone looking away from the cameraPadukone at an event for Van Heusen in 2014

The journalist Vir Sanghvi, in 2013, described Padukone as"strong, someone who makes up her own mind, [and] has motivationwithin herself." She is particularly known in the media asa professional, disciplined performer, whose "work takes precedenceover everything else." A reviewer for describedher personality as "simple," "grounded," and "accessible," and wrote,"She takes criticism in her stride, acknowledges her limitations andstrives to work hard at getting better. She handles praise with equalcomposure." Ayan Mukerji (the director of Yeh Jawaani HaiDeewani) considers her to be "a woman who will flirt with you but youwill love to take her home to meet your mom as well."Padukone has maintained a Twitter account since 2009, and launched anofficial Facebook page in 2013 where she has the most number oflikes of any Bollywoodcelebrity.

One of the highest-paid actresses in Bollywood, Padukone isconsidered among the most popular and high-profile celebrities inIndia. Analysing her career, Reuterspublished that after making a successful debut with Om Shanti Om, shefeatured in a series of films for which critics labelled her as"wooden" and "mocked her accent." The Indian Express added,"Not too long ago after a few unwise script calls and the public blowup of her high profile relationship with Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika waswritten off. Credit to her much touted professionalism, dedication,discipline and perseverance that she bounced back."Following the major success of Cocktail, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, andChennai Express, several media publications began crediting her as themost successful contemporary actress in India. In2013, she ranked eleventh on the Indian edition of the Forbes'"Celebrity 100," a list based on the income and popularity of India'scelebrities, with an estimated annual earning of INR 395 million(US$6.6 million).

Padukone is considered a sex symbol and style icon in India - themedia cites her figure, height 1.74 m (5 ft 8 ^1/ in), smile, andeyes as her distinctive physical features. The actressranks high on various listings of the most attractive Indiancelebrities. In 2008, she topped Indian Maxim's "Hot100" list, and in 2012, she was named "India's MostBeautiful Woman" by the Indian edition of Peoplemagazine. Padukone was ranked first on The Times of India'slisting of the "Most Desirable Woman" in 2012 and 2013, after beingranked third and fourth, respectively, for the preceding twoyears. In 2010 and 2014, she was named the"World's Sexiest Woman" by the Indian edition of FHM.She has additionally featured in the UK magazine Eastern Eye's"World's Sexiest Asian Women" list from 2009 to 2013, ranking amongthe top ten each year. In 2013, Filmfare declared her asthe winner of the "Most Fashionable Star" poll, and credited her asone of the "few actresses who experiments with colours, cuts andsilhouettes." In the fitness book The Four-Week CountdownDiet, the actress was cited by Namita Jain as "the ultimate role modelfor a healthy, fit and active lifestyle."

Padukone is an active celebrity endorser for several brands andproducts, including Tissot, Sony Cyber-shot, Nescafe,Vogue eyewear, Maybelline and Pepsi, amongothers. In 2012, it was reported that Padukone had signedon for an endorsement deal with Garnier worth INR 60 million(US$1.0 million), a record breaking remuneration for an Indianactress.

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