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Deepika Padukone Is All Praise For Bradley Cooper's 'Maestro': Greatest Performance I've Experienced

Deepika Padukone has given her take on the highly-praised 'Maestro.'

Deepika Padukone, 'Maestro' Poster
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Now that 2023 has ended, many well-known personalities have shared their list of best performances, best movies, best music, so on and so forth. Now, actress Deepika Padukone has revealed what she considers to be the best acting performance, not of just this year, but in recent years. She took to her Instagram to share a scene from the newly released 'Maestro' and her take on the film.  

Sharing the iconic London Symphony Orchestra scene from the Leonard Bernstein biopic film, she wrote, “Aah this scene! Probably one of the greatest performances I've experienced in recent years.”

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Deepika Padukone's Story Instagram

Watch the scene here:

Helmed by Bradley Cooper himself, 'Maestro' is a biographical romantic drama film that sheds light on the relationship between American composer Leonard Bernstein and his wife Felicia Montealegre, who is played by Carey Mulligan

Not long ago, during a screening of the film, Bradley detailed this very scene. He said, "That scene I was so worried about because we did it live... I was recorded live. I had to conduct them. And I spent six years learning how to conduct six minutes and 21 seconds of music. I was able to get the raw take where I just watched Leonard Bernstein [conduct] at Ely Cathedral... And so I had that to study."

The film is now streaming on Netflix and has been nominated for various categories at different award shows including Golden Globes and Critics' Choice Movie Awards, to name a few. 

As for Deepika, she will be next seen in 'Fighter' and 'Kalki AD 2898.'

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