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Deepika Padukone has deleted all her posts from Twitter and Instagram, find out what could be the reason

Deepika Padukone deleted all her tweets and Instagram posts on the night of 31st December. Since then he has shocked all his fans. Deepika, who is quite popular on social media, no longer has any posts and tweets on her social media profile.

There have been incidents of hacking the accounts of many celebrities recently. Many believe that Deepika’s account may have been hacked. However, a person close to her has revealed that Deepika did it when she changed the picture of her exhibition. Looks like it could be a temporary change from Deepika to highlight the upcoming event.

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Deepika has deleted her posts, but her Instagram stories are still appearing on the account. He still has a record of tweets he likes so far. However, he himself has not yet said anything about it. Deepika has 52.5 million followers on Instagram and 27.7 million on Twitter.

Deepika is currently on holiday in Rajasthan with her husband Ranbir Singh. Actor Neetu Kapoor recently shared a picture of Ranthambore with actor Ranbir Singh and his son Ranbir Kapoor. However, neither Deepika nor Ranbir’s girlfriend actor Alia Bhatt was seen in the film.

Talking about her work, Deepika along with Ananya Pandey and Siddhant Chaturvedi will appear in Shakun Batra’s ‘Gharoya Noar’ It is also learned that Deepika will be a part of Shah Rukh Khan’s next film sent by Yashraj Films. However, this has not been confirmed yet.

Ranveer and Deepika are awaiting the release of their fourth film 83 together. Directed by Kabir Khan, the film tells the story of the Indian cricket team’s unexpected victory in the 1983 World Cup. While Ranveer is playing the role of former captain Kapil Dev, Deepika will play his wife Romi Bhatia. The film has a long list of actors including Boman Irani, Pankaj Tripathi, Shakib Salim, Ammi Work, Harry Sandhu and many more.

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