Chhapaak trailer: From her scream to her long gruesome battle in court, Deepika Padukone has surely done justice to her role as Laxmi Aggarwal and the goosebumps you would have felt after watching the trailer is proof, that Deepika has put her heart and soul into the role. As the trailer of the film released 30 minutes back, a video of Deepika Padukone getting emotional and breaking down at the launch of the trailer is what has been winning hearts.
The actress talked about her hardships, the public reaction and thanked Meghna Gulzar, the director for giving her the opportunity to get into the role of Malti. As she talked about her film, the Padmavati star got emotional as she remembered the hardships and felt what Malti would have, and it made her cry. The movie apart from Deepika Padukone also stars Vikrant Massey as a social activist who helps Malti ( Deepika) and brings her journey in front of all.
The 2 minutes 19 seconds trailer will keep you captivated till the very end, from her screaming to kids and society getting all scared by her damaged face, the struggle of Laxmi Aggarwal would have been something which even we can’t comprehend and to see it and to relive through it must be very hard for both Deepika Padukone and Laxmi herself. The trailer has already crossed 200k views on youtube and is trending on number 2 on twitter.
Well, without any further delay, check out the trailer and the video of Deepika Padukone breaking down at the launch event here:
For the ones, who don’t know the real story behind Laxmi Agarwal’s acid attack face, she was attacked by a 32-year-old man when she was 15 (2006). The whole reason behind this issue was her denying a proposal, and the man getting all egoistic.
Yes, a simple no was unacceptable, and the man bought acid, threw it on the face of Laxmi, and thought that is the end, but no, as Laxmi says- You can damage my face but not my dreams, and I hope every girl knows and understand this- Don’t accept anything just because you are scared, fight for your dreams, fight for yourself, fight and stand for you and every other girl who has been bullied, molested, and whatnot.