23comments Share Tweet Share Pin it Share Stumble Email HomeNational/InternationalRajdeep In Conversation With Prakash & Deepika Padukone | India Today India Tomorrow Rajdeep In Conversation With Prakash & Deepika Padukone | India Today India Tomorrow National/International By admin IndiaTodayIndiaTomorrow #RajdeepSardesai #DeepikaPadukone #PrakashPadukone India Today India Tomorrow is a programme that interview households … source Recommended For You 'President will work with whoever wins' – BBC News admin admin Write For Us Related Posts Problems in India administered Kashmir (BBC Hindi) admin What’s Killing America’s White Men? BBC News admin 23 Comments Manjula Reshmi I wish i would be the word "I THINK" Reply January 2, 2019 Hi such a humble lovely dad just like deepika Reply January 2, 2019 ayesha pattnaik came here for deepika,stayed for mr padukone☺ Reply January 2, 2019 tanya chouhan Nepotism is huge in Bollywood Reply January 2, 2019 Dipurani bedge HE should stop being host .. so obnoxious .. they are so gracefull Reply January 2, 2019 Juschill I've never seen prakash padukone speaking kannada since he born and brought up in Bangalore, while i've seen deepika padukone who born in Denmark and got fame in bollywood teaching KANNADA to bollywood stars such as Abhishek Bachchan and farhan akhtar in a Hindi reality show. voila Reply January 2, 2019 Mital K Such respectable,loveable personalities especially the Handsome,Soft spoken,humble, Mr. Padukone who is such an inspiration as a Parent,wonderful peaceful Father who has instilled the required qualities in his daughters which makes Deepika what she is today and ofcourse kudos to her for retaining and respecting the values given by her parents as well as emulating the good things from her parents n their relationship!I have always admired Mr.Prakash Padukone for his persoanality,being a Badminton player and what he has done for this Sport n Badminton academy and churned great players at the same time a wonderful father and husband.Being from badminton background really wished if I could have got coaching from him!:-)Also admire Deepika's committment,discipline,compassion and her Giving nature due to which she started the LLL Foundation as well as her wonderful sister who manages it!AWESOME FAMILY Reply January 2, 2019 Javed Shaikh Terrorist hai padukone… Reply January 2, 2019 Mohsin Khan Prakash Enjoy Your Dauther's Money Reply January 2, 2019 nameless music addict Deepika can't pull off heavy roles , her resort is to blink her eyes rapidly ,or stare with eyes wide open… she's a beautiful face(model) probably that's why she's in movies. She's humble though…of course her dad is a classy man Reply January 2, 2019 Expert Comment Very decent father and daughter. So humble. Reply January 2, 2019 Some One Great to see father daughter interview. Nice lovely family. Reply January 2, 2019 YUMMY KITCHEN At least 10 times she uses ' i think' in a senntence Reply January 2, 2019 phuntsho wangmo Beautiful father -daughter! Full of humility and values! Reply January 2, 2019 livewithdignity This interview is meant for classy, elegant people (not necessarily rich), who are cultured and are educated, not just literate. Trolls and ganwars may refrain from visiting here Reply January 2, 2019 livewithdignity Doing films like Karthik Calling Karthik might have triggered the depression. It was such a dark film, and being the character that supports a mentally ill patient must have taken its toll on Deepika Reply January 2, 2019 Couch Samosa rajdeep quickly goes from annoying to hyper irritating. He literally insinuated (not asked) that lack of talent was the reason deepika didn't pursue badminton. I am proud of the way she handled that rude statement by saying that her father who coached her is the best person to comment on whether or not she lacks talent in the sport. Rajdeep really is the last person to be speculating about anyone's talent. He absolutely has no tact or manners. Reply January 2, 2019 TejasweeniDL Very nice interview. ?? Reply January 2, 2019 Milena :: Radio Mango You'd think Mr Sardesai, as a seasoned journalist, would have checked before hand how to pronounce their last name. Embarrassing! Reply January 2, 2019 Manpreet Kaur I wanted to listen to the father-daughter duo..but Rajdeep kept interrupting them too much..n too loudly.. huge put off.. Reply January 2, 2019 prabin shrestha Rangeela Jamai raja will take a class of sasur jii now. Reply January 2, 2019 savinaya shetty Peace of mind is more important than money.yes you are absolutely right…..no doubt at all. Reply January 2, 2019 shylu gowda Such a down to earth man. Downplaying all his achievements. Great man. Kannada pride he is… Reply January 2, 2019 Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.