The Real Story Of Chhapaak
Deepika Padukone starrer Chhapaak, a narrative inspired by Laxmi Agarwal, an acid assault survivor, will be published on Friday, January 10, 2020.
Who’s Laxmi Agarwal?
Born on 1st June, 1990, in Delhi, Laxmi was a regular woman from middle-class household, together with dreams and dreams in her eyes to be a singer. Laxmi’s refusal to wed him and he continued to stalk her. Regardless of Laxmi’s multiple refusals, Khan didn’t back off.
1 day She put on the floor, crying, in pain until a sort taxi driver stopped by and took her into Safdarjung hospital.
The face that was
Laxmi didn’t see her face following the Assault for months. There weren’t any mirrors. In her voice, when she watched her face for the first time following the bandages were away, she was devastated. “I’d no face to talk,” she’d told a press outlet.
Laxmi confronted social boycott at which Folks would taunt her and talk ill of her and her loved ones. She had been blamed for the acid attack , especially by girls. In 16, that has been all too much. Traumatised, she contemplated suicide.
The Struggle:Do. She’s been among those crusaders that has been struggling to stop acid strikes in India. Even though a lot was done to bring consciousness about acid strikes, especially on girls, there’s still more that should be carried out.
Awards and recognition: At 28 today, Laxmi has obtained a 2014 Dixit and Ashish Shukla began the’Cease Acid Attacks’ effort. It’s currently developed To Chhanv Foundation by which Laxmi has reached out to a large number of Sufferers of acid attack and helped them int therapy and legal help. Acid Attack survivors are given legal rights under the Rights of people with
Release Date. 10 January 2020. Running time. 120 minutes. Country, India. Language, Hindi. Chhapaak is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language drama film directed by Meghna Gulzar and produced by her as well as Deepika …