Chhapaak is one of the most impactful movies made int the recent times and carries a very strong social message. The movie opened up to the audience last week and it is being loved by one and all for its gripping and hard-hitting subject and Deepika Padukone's portrayal of Malti. Chhapaak's message to the audience carries a strong social impact and even children should be made aware of it, one such example is the student police cadets of Payyanakka High School in Calicut who were taken to watch Chhapaak.
The movie has been receiving raving reviews with fans applauding Deepika Padukone's performance in the movie. Post its release it has also been made tax free in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. The movie has also inspired Uttarakhand to initiate a pension scheme for acid attack survivors. Our SpotboyE.com editor, Vickey Lalwani, rated the movie three and a half stars and wrote in his review, “so I have come out from the theatre bowled over by the second half and largely the climax and I will bring forth the grey areas soon.” ALSO READ: Deepika Padukone’s Performance in Chhapaak Hailed By Twitterati
The songs from the film and its gut-wrenching storyline are going to live long as it is a movement in itself for 'change'. From the theme song Chhapaak to Ab Ladna Hai and Muh Dikhai 2.0, all the campaigns surely are the retrospective mirrors that have been loved by everyone.
Chhapaak, which highlights the life of an acid attack survivor puts forth the confidence of the victim to be taken as a lesson and marks her as an inspiration for those who have faced a similar situation.
Directed by Meghna Gulzar, produced by Fox Star Studios, Deepika Padukone's KA Production, Meghna Gulzar & Govind Singh Sandhu's Mriga Films, written by Atika Chohan and Meghna Gulzar, Chhapaak released on January 10, 2020, nationwide. ALSO READ: 'Katrina Kaif, Deepika Padukone, Jacqueline Fernandez Have Best Bikini Bods,' Says Chhapaak Actor Vikrant Massey
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