Deepika Padukone is likely to be busy scripting field workplace data together with her movies this yr, however the actress can also be actively engaged with constructing her personal model and enterprise. Deepika, who has invested in a number of Indian startups, has simply added one other one to the checklist.
In an unique interview to THE WEEK, Deepika revealed that she not too long ago invested in homegrown espresso startup Blue Tokai Espresso Roasters. “All my investments are in homegrown manufacturers. I’ve simply invested in Blue Tokai espresso,” she informed Life-style Editor Namrata Zakaria.
Based in 2013, the specialty espresso model gives a variety of choices to espresso lovers throughout the nation. With three roasteries in Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru, the model delivers its espresso merchandise by cafes in addition to e-commerce channels.
Talking additional about her investments, Deepika stated: “I needed to put money into firms whose values align with mine, and I needed to assist small companies develop. I feel it was essential for me so as to add worth, with my time and my cash, to assist Indian companies.”
A few of her different investments embody Bellatrix Aerospace, Drums Meals Worldwide (proprietor of Epigamia yogurt), Furlenco Furnishings, edtech enterprise FrontRow (now closed down), Purplle (magnificence merchandise market), Supertails pet provides, Mokobara journey equipment, Atomberg Applied sciences and Nua sanitary pads.
Learn the total interview with Deepika Padukone the place she opens up about her movies, enterprise investments, husband Ranveer Singh, international ambitions and extra within the newest concern of THE WEEK, on stands now.
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