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Kangana appreciates filmmaker Meghna Gulzar and actor Deepika Padukone whereas sister Rangoli criticizes

Encouraging Deepika Padukone starrer Chhapaak, Kangana Ranaut took to social media. The actress from Panga shared her sincere appreciation to Deepika and director Meghna Gulzar for making the movie and said that the trailer reminds her of the acid attack on sister Rangoli Chandel.

Deepika Padukone starred Chhapaak is an interesting story that has remained in the news since before the trailer was released. Directed by Meghna Gulzar, the film of Deepika, Chhapaak is Malti’s story, experiencing an acid attack and changing her life. Kangana came out in support of Chhapaak today morning and appreciated for making Chhapaak to Deepika and Meghna.

Rangoli has taken to Twitter to share a video that shows Kangana expressing her opinion on the trailer of Chhapaak. Kangana is seen disclosing that the film’s trailer recalled the acid attack on her sister Rangoli to the family and her. Kangana was rooted in Chhapaak and thanked Deepika and Meghna for making a film about violence against acids. Rangoli posted the video and described, “The pain still lingers. Our family thanks team #chhapaak for a story that needs to be told! @deepikapadukone @meghnagulzar @foxstarhindi.”

The actress from Panga prayed and wished the sale of acid will be ceased in the new year and things will improve in society. Also described by Kangana Chhapaak is a nice tight slap on the suspects ‘ faces.

After this recently Rangoli slammed Deepika for joining the protesting in JNU and claiming that its just PR stunt for the upcoming movie Chhapaak. She also asked questions in regard to other incidents that happened in the country. Rangoli questioned whether Deepika’s viewpoint on any other serious problems such as Article 370, CAA or Pulwama has ever been taken. Rangoli added, furthermore, that she was satisfied Deepika expressed her support but also exclaimed that JNU’s the actress simply did PR.

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