‘Chhapaak‘ is set to hit theaters on January 10, 2020.
Deepika Padukone on Tuesday dropped the awful trailer of her much-anticipated film “Chhapaak”, where she will be seen attempting the act of an Acid attack survivor named ‘Malti’. The trailer was generally welcomed by fans and superstars the same, who commended the on-screen character and her executive, Meghna Gulzar bringing such a ground-breaking story to the enormous screen. Interestingly, while many took to online networking to laud Deepika for taking on this story in her first creation, there were rare sorts of people who were additionally helped to remember entertainer Parvathy Thiruvothu’s depiction of a corrosive assault survivor in her film ‘Uyare‘.
The film pursued the life of a young lady, Pallavi who tries to be a pilot, yet her profession is risked when she succumbs to a corrosive assault by an over the top previous beau.
A fan shared stills from the two movies and stated, “A token of gratefulness for these two mind-blowing entertainers – @deepikapadukone, @parvatweets What would I be able to state, I’m a pleased fan.”The tweet didn’t go unnoticed by the entertainer who answered saying, “Thank you!!!”
‘Chhapaak‘ in light of the genuine corrosive assault overcomer of Laxmi, who at 15 years old, was assaulted purportedly by a spurned darling in 2005. Afterward, she took up the activity of helping corrosive assault survivors and elevated crusades to stop such assaults.