MUMBAI — Actress Deepika Padukone, who is a part of the new TV show “Vogue BFFs,” recently shared her life fundas. The 30-year-old actress, who is looking forward to her Hollywood debut in “xXx: Return of Xander Cage” and who found a place on Forbes' list of highest paid actresses in the world this year, said she only wants to focus on what’s in store for her in the future.

On the first episode of “Vogue BFFs,” host Kamal Sidhu took Padukone and Vogue India fashion director Anaita Shroff Adajania down memory lane with four of her cover shoots for Vogue magazine.

“Yeah, I feel that often, and I think that is the way to be... I don’t want to be where I was 10 years ago. You want to learn; you want to grow; you want to learn with every experience. I mean I will look at this (an old cover shoot) and say ‘Oh my God, I look so different,’ but you evolve,” Padukone said in a statement.

From being a sportsperson to modelling to acting, Padukone has evolved and come a long way.

When asked what is something new that she has learned in the last couple of months, she said, “To cook Italian food.”

And she also wants to learn how to play a new instrument.

Powered by Yu Mobile and style partner Myntra, “Vogue BFFs” allows you to cozy up to your celebrity BFFs as they chat with host Sidhu, giving you insight into the funniest, craziest, most incredible moments of their lives.

The show will premiere Sept. 24 at 9 p.m. on Colors Infinity.

Watch the promo for “Vogue BFFs”:

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