On-screen characters Deepika Padukone and Vikrant Massey have completed the shooting of their up and coming film Chhapaak. Story of genuine corrosive assault survivor Laxmi Agarwal, the movie is coordinated and co-delivered by Meghna Gulzar. In her most recent meeting with news every day, Meghna opened up on how Deepika ingested the complexities of her character and what is that she needs to accomplish by recounting to this story.
The chief of fruitful movies like Raazi and Talvar said that she was clear about not making Deepika look precisely like Laxmi in the film. Meghna said that her film is the tale of a lady and her battle with acknowledgment after she is assaulted, in this way, she didn't need the group of spectators to see only Laxmi on-screen however Deepika ought to seem like each lady who is engaging the equivalent.
She revealed to Mumbai Mirror: "I didn't need individuals to watch this movie with their eyes shut, the thought was not to make Laxmi's face on Deepika but rather something that would be Deepika's face had it been scarred the manner in which Laxmi's was." The chief included that the entertainer completed a lovely occupation playing Malti in the film. She said despite the fact that Deepika utilizes substantial prosthetics all over, it's her eyes that shows the soul of her character. For Meghna, "Malti is Deepika and Deepika is Malti," as the nearness of the character 'mirrors the articulation in Deepika's eyes."
The movie producer added that Deepika needed to experience a great deal while applying prosthetics all over for the film. In any case, she never given that battle a chance to be obvious on the screen and 'that is the most delightful part.' When gotten some information about Laxmi's quality on the sets, Meghna uncovered that she visited the arrangements of the film in Delhi and furthermore stayed in contact with the composition and the readiness group. Meghna said that Laxmi is happy about how the story is being told and everybody is focussed on recounting to the story from a bigger perspective.
Discussing the change that Chhapaak is set to get the general public, Meghna said that the film speaks progressively about 'mindfulness' and 'acknowledgment' on the grounds that an adjustment in the general public ought not out of the ordinary just later. Co-delivered by Deepika Padukone, the film hits the screens on January 10 one year from now. It's confronting a major Box Office conflict with Ajay Devgn's.