A story of an acid attack survivor's struggle and victory that surely deserves a watch!
What do we know about Laxmi Agarwal? Well, just this much that she is an acid attack survivor. But now we will get to see her story, her struggle and her victory on the big screen in Meghna Gulzar’s Chhapaak.
Watch it If you like -
Deepika Padukone is exceptional, decent narration and a good Vikrant Massey
But Beware of -
Slow-paced screenplay is a hurdle here
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After making some fantastic films like Talvar and Raazi, MeghnaGulzar is here with Chhapaak. As she had narrated some amazing films in past, the expectations with Chhapaak were a bit high and thankfully she doesn’t disappoint. Chhapaak is not one of her best works but she has done a decent job here.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
Malti (Deepika) is an acid attack survivor and she is looking for a job. She joins an NGO and then while an acid attack survivor is giving her interview, Malti remembers what happened with her and we are taken to the flashback.
The story of the film is inspired by Laxmi Agarwal and her struggle and fights. The screenplay is good in some parts but in some parts, it disappoints as the film becomes very slow. The movie picks up in the last 15-20 mins and even the last scene in the film will leave you shocked.
Deepika Padukone is exceptional and she is the soul of the film. Even her makeup is very well done. Vikrant Massey impressed us and his pairing with Deepika looks good. The actress, who plays Malti’s lawyer, leaves a mark.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
The music of the film is decent. The title track stands out with amazing lyrics written by Gulzar.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
Chhapaak showcases the emotional and inspiring journey of Laxmi Agarwal and it surely deserves a watch.
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