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Deepika, who is known to be extremely vocal about issues close to her heart had recently even come forward and supported a Telugu actress who was caught in a scandal. Though various news organisations including the leading news daily had covered that story in pictures and named the actress involved, nobody had questioned others involved until there was a huge hue-and-cry over it. Deepika had said, "I am nobody to comment on what she has to do with her life. But it is very unfortunate that something like this happened. If that is the only thing she could do to support herself and her family and that's the only way she could make money, I don't think there is anything wrong with that. Like a lot of people have been saying that its extremely unfair just because we know she is, why are we not supporting her? Why are we making it a scandal or an issue? Instead, now that we know that she has such problems, why cant we all step out there and help her? Why do we not talk about the people who had hired her to do what she is doing? I don't think it should be looked down upon. Rather we should all get together and support her".
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Besides, Deepika has time and again highlighted the importance of individual choices and freedom with her characters in films and personal life as well. Be it Lafangey Parindey, Yeh Jawaani hain Deewani or the recently released Finding Fanny — Padukone's potrayal of characters has been strong and vociferous. Hence, to demean it with something so trivial is definitely a below the belt act that needs to repudiated. Time and again, stories about how women are being potrayed in movies or how a certain 'revolution' with women-centric films is on the fringes is being discussed but, isn't it time the media questions itself — How do we report stories or potray women?