Movie Review: 'Chhapaak' is a story of struggle and courage besides pain
Movie Review: 'Chhapaak' is a story of struggle and courage besides pain

New Delhi: It is generally said that films are a mirror of our own society and its stories are inspired by the happenings in the society. Director Meghna Gulzar, who mastered the film making of sensitive issues, has launched a similar spirit on screen. After the films 'Talwar' and 'Raazi', Meghna brought to light the incident that took place in 2005, which gave birth to a new campaign in India.

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The incident was of an acid thrown at 15-year-old Laxmi Agarwal, who is going to appear on screen with the film 'Chhapaak'. Deepika Padukone plays the lead role in the film and Vikrant Massey has supported her on screen. From this film, Deepika is making her debut as a producer. The film has been in the limelight ever since the film's first poster release and has been consistently receiving acclaim. The audience is eagerly waiting for it and this wait is finally going to end on this Friday i.e. January 10.

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The film is based on the life of Acid Attack Survivor Lakshmi Aggarwal. The story begins with Acid Attack Survivor Malti (Deepika Padukone) who is searching for a job to handle her household expenses, but cannot find a job due to her face. After this, Malti joins an NGO, where she finds many girls suffering from her own, from where her new fight begins. This film has been given 4 stars out of 5.

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