Meghna Gulzar’s film – Chhapak, is all heart as it assumes the scourge of acid attacks. The trials and triumphs of Malti, an acid attack survivor.
From the investigation of the attack to the court proceedings, the medical treatment to the emotional healing. Chhapaak is the story of the unquashable human spirit.
In view of a genuine episode of corrosive assault savagery and a survivor’s (Laxmi Aggarwal) story, the film featuring Deepika Padukone as the hero leaves an effect however it comes up short on the stun esteem that one would anticipate from watching a film about such a shocking contempt wrongdoing.
She comprehends the subtleties of the subject and as opposed to bringing out compassion, she conveys a more grounded message of standing tall and praising life much after you’ve confronted misfortune even under the least favorable conditions.
Director Meghna Gulzar, who has earlier helmed Talvar and Raazi, once again treats her story with maturity and doesn’t get carried away. Deepika Padukone shows the authority on her art as she develops as Malti.
A young woman tries to rebuild her life after a man throws acid in her face on a public street in New Delhi in 2005.
Release Date: January 10, 2020 (USA)
Actress: Deepika Padukone
#Chhapaak: A brilliant film and a must-watch. Emotional, disturbing, engaging at the same time. So well handled by @meghnagulzar. What a cleverly structured screenplay @atikachohan and an amazing performance by @deepikapadukone and an earnest @masseysahib. Don’t miss it⭐⭐⭐⭐ pic.twitter.com/HepuvrqNDP
— Suresh Mathew (@Suresh_Mathew_) January 14, 2020
Director: Meghna Gulzar
Screenplay: Meghna Gulzar
Music composed by: Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy
Producers: Deepika Padukone, Meghna Gulzar