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Chhapaak’s new look comes out for Deepika Padukone as pouring her beauty in a different light

Preeti Singh

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Chhapaak next release coming in the bag of Deepika will be an all new project to test her talent. This one is not going to test Deepika Padukone’s acting calibre but, will also come out as her maiden production which simply adds onto her challenge of higher expectations and delivery.

Deepika Padukone is undoubtedly the top lead lady of Bollywood. She has been taking up a number of challenging roles perfectly justified with her diversely fulfilling talent. Testifying the trend, this time for Chhapaak, Deepika will be playing the role of an acid victim survivor which is definitely going to exhilarate the audiences.

The first look of Chhapaak has already won many hearts and given way to a lot of praises coming down Deepika’s career lane. The storyline for Chhapaak is definitely going to be a very important story for her. The superstar is expected to push her limits pretty high and step out of her comfort zone to justify the role she has been delegated. Well! No wonder she is known for the same across the industry.

After her lead roles in Padmaavat, Deepika Padukone has a lot of expectations to fulfil from this different light upcoming film Chhapaak. Putting a little light on her role and character in the film, Deepika Padukone mentioned, “It’s ironical really. Padmaavat was all about physical beauty, the traditional notion of beauty that has filtered down through generations. And now, I am a part of a film that will help people see beauty in a different light, redefine the notion in a way. Having dealt with a man who will destroy anyone and everyone who comes in his way to getting this beautiful woman in my last film, this will be another challenging role. It’s too early to go into details but both are important stories.”

Sharing a little more on this account to her fan base, she further added, “Not every acid attack survivor is like Laxmi, who, despite physical pain, social shaming and ostracism, came out of the experience, stronger, even victorious. There are many who are yet to overcome the trauma. I will be meeting some of these girls in the coming weeks and be working closely with them. I believe everyone needs to take mental health seriously and I’ll have a dialogue with them and their families on this.”

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