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From Oscars to BAFTA: Deepika Padukone Set to Grace the Stage as Presenter in 2024.

The anticipation for the upcoming BAFTA Awards has reached a fever pitch with the announcement of Indian actress Deepika Padukone as one of the prestigious presenters. Scheduled for February 18 in London, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards promises an evening filled with glitz, glamour, and outstanding cinematic achievements.

Padukone's inclusion in the magnificent roster of presenters, alongside renowned figures like David Beckham, Cate Blanchett, and Dua Lipa, brings an international allure to this star-studded occasion. Each presenter, including Padukone, Beckham, Blanchett, and Dua Lipa, is set to present a single award, although the precise categories remain undisclosed.

Recognized as the highest film honors in Britain, the BAFTA Awards hold a special place in the hearts of filmmakers and audiences alike. As the countdown to February 18 continues, all eyes will be on London as the brightest stars of the silver screen gather to celebrate the magic of filmmaking at the BAFTA Awards.

Deepika Padukone at Oscars

Deepika Padukone's presence at the Oscars Awards 2023 represented a significant moment in her successful career, highlighting her increasing prominence internationally. At the event, she presented the song "Naatu Naatu" from the viral film "RRR" to the audience, which ultimately won the esteemed Best Original Song Oscar. In 2023, she experienced a whirlwind of accomplishments. Her film "Pathaan" broke box office records, becoming one of the year's highest-grossing movies. Additionally, her captivating cameo in "Jawan" received widespread critical acclaim, further establishing her reputation as a versatile and impactful performer.

Stepping into 2024 with vigor and determination, Padukone graced the silver screen again in the high-octane action thriller "Fighter." Paired opposite the charismatic Hrithik Roshan for the first time, Padukone delivered a compelling portrayal of an Indian Air Force fighter pilot. The film resonated with audiences worldwide, crossing the monumental milestone of Rs 3 billion at the box office, affirming Padukone's enduring star power and box office prowess.

BAFTA Nomination 2024

Christopher Nolan's historical drama Oppenheimer has received the maximum nominations (13) at the BAFTA Film Awards. Dark comedy Poor Things and Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon have received nine nominations each. The BAFTA Film Awards are scheduled at London’s Royal Festive Hall. The BAFTA Awards will stream on Lionsgate Play in India on February 19.

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