“Chhpaak” which means Splash- is a Bollywood 2020 film in the Hindi language. The film covered the real-life story of acid survivor Laxmi Agarwal. In the film, Deepika Padukone played the role of an acid attack survivor opposite Vikrant Massey. The film was directed by Meghna Gulzar in collaboration with Fox Star Studio and produced by Deepika Padukone. Deepika Padukone shares her views on the career’s most difficult film ‘Chhapaak’.
Initially, the film was announced in December 2018 by Deepika Padukone on her Twitter, it was observed her first production venture. However, the film was released in January 2020. This was a much-awaited movie of the year and it was the most difficult film of Deepika’s career. The film received good reviews.
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One of the most acclaimed stars, Deepika Padukone is always known for her best acting skills, who always bring liveliness in the characters she plays. The character she played in “Chhpaak” won the hearts of many people as it depicted the true-life story of an acid attack survivor.
In her recent interview, the actress, Deepika Padukone said that “Chhpaak” was the most difficult film of her career.”
“Chhpaak” star has earned much applause and recognition of her talent, she expresses in each role. Recently, Deepika has talked about her latest released film ” Chhpaak” that gained a lot of appreciation because of the subject which highlights the stigma of society in a most respectable manner. Deepika Padukone shares her views on the career’s most difficult film ‘Chhapaak’.
It is really hard to walk in someone else’s shoes, and we are wondering how beautifully Deepika has portrayed the role.
However, recently, the star took to her Instagram and shared the latest photoshoot which she has given along with Laxmi Agarwal. Also, Deepika beautifully captioned the photo. The photoshoot was particularly for a magazine.
Just have a glance at it!
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Chhapaak truly has been the most difficult film of my career… Having said that,Chhapaak for me is not just a film.It is a movement;that has challenged the definition and our understanding of ‘Beauty’. Famous American Swiss Psychiatrist Elisabeth Ross said,the most beautiful people we have known are those who have known suffering,known struggle,known loss,known defeat…and have found their way out of the depths.These persons have an appreciation,a sensitivity and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion,gentleness and a deep loving concern.Beautiful people do not just happen. I dedicate tonight’s award to Laxmi Agarwal and every single acid attack survivor who on this most incredible journey have shown us all what beauty truly means! #feminabeautyawards2020