Deepika Padukone is a Head-turner on the Trailer Launch of Chhapaak
Deepika Padukone recently attended the trailer launch of her upcoming film Chhapaak in a stunning black gown
Deepika Padukone makes sure she nails every look that she carries. Be those the traditional Sabysachhi dresses with the heaviest earrings or the contemporary red gown on her own wedding reception in Mumbai, Deepika Padukone knows the art of carrying every look with the same elan and grace. She proved this recently once again she arrived for the trailer launch of her upcoming film Chhapaak. Deepika Padukone, who recently decided to cut her hair short sporting a whole new look, looked graceful in a long figure-hugging black dress with a slit at the back designed by Emilia Wickstead.
Deepika Padukone’s sleek straight hair were set in a side parting kept away from her face. The eye makeup was smokey while the lips were nude.
Deepika Padukone accessorized her sleek and posh look with diamond earrings and strappy pencil heels.
Just two days ago, Deepika Padukone wore another long black dress as she accompanied husband Ranveer Singh to the Star Screen awards.
Chhapaak, directed by Meghna Gulzar, is based on the inspiring story of Laxmi Agarwal, an acid attack victim who built a new life post the acid attack. In Delhi.
Chhapaak’s trailer has released on December 10th, 2019 which also happens to be World Human Rights Day. Chhapaak will release on January 10th, 2020 clashing with Ajay Devgan’s Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior at the box office.
Chapaak is Deepika Padukone's production debut which means that after Priyanka Chopra it is Deepika Padukone taking the plunge into production. Chhapaak has been directed by Meghna Gulzar who has directed iconic films like Raazi and Talwar. Speaking to PTI at the International Film Festival of India, Meghna Gulzar mentioned that Chapaak will show a completely new side of Deepika Padukone in terms of body language, gestures,and general energy. According to Meghna Gulzar, having Deepika Padukone essaying the role of Malti, the acid victim-survivor, is fulfilling.