Watch: Video of Deepika Padukone being asked to show her ID at Mumbai airport goes viral
Deepika Padukone was stopped at the Mumbai airport by a security personnel and asked to show her ID. She responded by showing her ID, without any hesitation.
Deepika Padukone is breaking the internet with her response to a security personnel at the Mumbai airport.
In a video that has gone viral, the actress is seen entering the Mumbai airport when she is stopped by a security guard at the entry gate and asked to show her ID. Without any hesitation, Deepika simply asks, "Chahiye?" (Do you want it?). She then reaches for her handbag, digs out her passport and hands it over to the security personnel.
Deepika's gesture has taken the internet by storm, who are lauding the actress for her humble response.
Check out the video here
Here are some of the responses to Deepika's viral video
Bollywood actor Deepika Padukone is winning hearts as a video showing her airport entry is going viral online. The video that has surfaced online, shows Deepika entering the Mumbai airport as the security personnel asks for her ID. pic.twitter.com/YSLpR2m8pm — Mukul Adhikary (@MukulAdhikary5) June 22, 2019
"I like how she was ready to show her ID. Respect," one user states.
"Well done to both the security personnel and Ms. Padukone," another Instagram user writes.
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