Deepika gets emotional on trailer launch of ‘Chhapaak’

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Chandigarh, December 10

Deepika Padukone after a break is back with her big-screen release ‘Chhapaak’. The first trailer of the movie is out.  

In today’s trailer launch actress went emotional talking about the movie.

Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone went emotional on the launch of the trailer of ‘Chhapaak’ on Tuesday.

Deepika is playing the role of acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal in Chhapaak. The trailer shows the journey Malti (Deepika’s character in the film). How she hates her face after the attack and learns to love it. The trailer also shows how Malti leads a campaign to prevent acid attacks in the country by regulationg the sale of acid. It also shows how Amol (Vikrant Massey) helps her in the journey. Glimpses of Amol and Malti’s brewing love can also be seen in the trailer.

Yesterday, in her tweet, she added a glimpse of what we should expect from the trailer with these words: “A moment is all it took… Trailer out tomorrow. Keep watching this space.” Director Meghna Gulzar tweeted: “A glimpse into a precious journey… Of an unshakeable experience… Chhapaak trailer releases tomorrow.” Vikrant Massey, who co-stars with Deepika in Chhapaak, added: “No one is ever prepared for this.”

Earlier, Deepika Padukone’s transformation as Malti had sent the internet into a tizzy. Deepika sat through two-and-a-half hours of prosthetics every day for her look in Chhapaak, talking about which the director had said in a statement.

Calling Chhapaak, the toughest film of her career, Deepika said, “Up until then I had felt that emotionally a Sanjay Leela Bhansali film was the most difficult because with him it’s not just about the character or the film but everything that goes into making it, all the hurdles, so by the end of it you’re exhausted for various reasons… On the last day, I asked Meghna to get made an extra piece of prosthetic which I needed. I went to a corner, threw alcohol on it and burnt it… I wanted everything to become ash. I stood there till that entire process was over and only then I felt a part of it had left my system, my body. But it’s not entirely possible as none of these characters leave your system. As of now, this has been the toughest film I’ve done.”