A combination photo shows a childhood photo of Deepika (L) and her current photo.
Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone on Sunday took to Instagram to share a throwback picture from her childhood.
Deepika over the years has been treating her followers with a glimpse of her childhood photos.
This time, she shared a picture with her friend Divya Narayan on Instagram captioning "This Humpty & Dumpty sat on a wall... & ate curd rice!!!"
As the picture went viral, the fans showering it with love-struck emojis and the cut comments.
Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone poses for the media.
One of her fans wrote: "Cuteness overloaded... you are such an adorable soul dear and this childhood photo needs to be cherished.", while another commented: "you are too cute."
On the acting front, Deepika will next be seen in "Chhapaak", where she plays an acid attack survivor.
The film also stars Vikrant Massey and is slated to release on January 10, 2020.
She will also be seen sharing screen space with her husband Ranveer Singh in filmmaker Kabir Khan's "'83".
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