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Deepika visits her home after fire

One of them is Deepika Padukone, who owns a 4 BHK apartment on the 26th floor of the building


Mumbai: Deepika Padukone owns an apartment at the 26th floor of the Beaumonde Towers in Prabhadevi, Mumbai whose 32nd floor was under massive on Wednesday afternoon. The Fire Brigade successfully managed to douse the fire last evening. Deepika had tweeted that she is safe and away for a shoot. The actress visited the towers today and went all the way to her flat on the 26th floor to take stock of the situation.

Deepika wasn’t at home during the of the accident. “I am safe. Thank you, everyone. Let us pray for our firefighters who are at site risking their lives,” Deepika tweeted.

As Deepika was leaving the building, she met a few firemen who were working there and spoke to them for a few minutes. She said that they did a superb job and highly praised their efforts.

While leaving she said, Bhagwan ka shukar hai ki koi casualty nahi hai aur brigade ne bahut achcha kaam kiya. I just came here to check the situation.

No one was injured in the fire, except for two officials who were treated for suffocation. By evening, the fire was brought under control, after which cooling operations began.

The broke out at around 2 PM, on the 33rd floor and six fire engines and five water tankers arrived at the spot. Reports suggest that there has been no damage to Deepika’s office or home.

Things were under control. Police sources said over 90 residents of the apartment complex have been safely evacuated. It is not clear what started the fire. Beaumonde Towers is home to several known personalities. One of them is Deepika Padukone, who owns a 4 BHK apartment on the 26th floor of the building.
On the work front, Deepika Padukone was seen in and her performance was highly appreciated by both the critics and viewers.

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Siddharth Raghuvanshi
Editorial Assistant of Sirf News with experience in covering sports and entertainment for Navbharat Times and Network 18's IBN Lokmat

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