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Deepika Padukone & Vikrant Massey’s starrer Chhapaak is sure to give you the CHILLS!

The trailer of Deepika Padukone and Vikrant Massey's Chhapaak just dropped and it is powerful, spine chilling and hopeful. Chhapaak helmed by Meghna Gulzar, is a true story based on the life of acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal.

The trailer of Chhapaak finally dropped and Deepika Padukone is all set to return to the silver screen after a break of two years. Deepika’s last film was with Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmaavat in January 2018, and she ha snow shredded off the grandeur to tell the story of an acid attack victim in Chhapaak. Deepika in Chhapaak is seen opposite Vikrant Massey for the first time. Deepika a few months back too to her Instagram to share her first look from the film. and over the past few months, many pictures from the sets of their New Delhi schedule were leaked online which also served as a great tease. 

And now that the trailer of Chhapaak is finally out fans can finally have a better understanding of the film. At the start of the trailer itself, we can hear a loud scream and the makers of the film gives a glimpse of Malti in the hospital soon after she has been attacked with acid. The trailer follows with the new face of Malti being revealed and she is seen struggling to come with her scarred face and her will to fight back wavers. She is then seen being introduced to Vikrant’s character, an activist, whose stand-in Malti’s fight and his closeness with her can be seen in the trailer. The trailer also shows how her fight eventually leads to victory. 

Deepika an interview revealed how she burnt the prosthetics that were used while filming on completion of the shoot. She said, “I literally had to burn the piece of prosthetics that I was wearing on the last day of the shoot. Because it impacted me in a way that I never experienced before. That was my way of trying at least to let go of everything that I experienced. I literally burnt it. Prosthetics are expensive, we get charged per piece of prosthetics that the artist makes. But I took a call as a producer, I said I don’t care, I need to heal emotionally.”

Chhapaak will hit theatres by January 10, 2020. 

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