Anisha Padukone reacts to sister Deepika Padukone's wax statue at Madame Tussauds; calls it 'double trouble'


Deepika Padukone unveiled her wax statue named Statue of Purpose at Madame Tussauds in London on March 15 with husband Ranveer Singh, in-laws Jagjit Singh Bhavnani and Anju Bhavnani, parents Prakash Padukone and Ujjala Padukone with sister Anisha Padukone. The actress and her family were definitely proud and happy but her sister Anisha found it to be double trouble.

Anisha shared a post on her Instagram handle and called the wax statue 'double trouble'

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Deepika, who has been an active voice in creating awareness about mental health has dedicated the statue to her initiative, and hence it is named as Statue of Purpose.


"After I got a call from Madame Tussauds, I thought 'what is the purpose of this, why are we doing this, or what is it that my fans will remember me for, remember my figure for, what is it that I would like to leave behind', and the cause of mental health is very close to my heart, it is something that I am extremely passionate about. I said that's it, I would like for my fans when they see my figure I hope it reminds them of someone who did something for the cause of mental illness, who worked towards creating awareness and destigmatising mental illness. I hope that it gives people a sense of upliftment and a sense of hope. I hope that message comes through," the Padmaavat actress told.

Deepika is currently gearing up for her first production venture which will have her essaying the role of an acid attack victim.