Deepika Padukone-Starrer Chhapaak’s Trailer To Release On World Human Rights Day
Deepika Padukone is gearing up for the release of a couple of films with Chhapaak being one that fans are most excited for. This is when Chhappak’s trailer will release and we can’t wait
Deepika Padukone made her big Bollywood debut with Om Shanti Om in 2007 and has since only gone bigger and better. She has left no stone unturned to prove her mettle as an actress and is recognized for her powerful roles in a myriad of films including the likes of Piku, Ram Leela, Padmaavat and Bajirao Mastani. And now, in 2020, she will be showcasing her skills as a producer as she will be co-producing her upcoming film, Chhapaak. This film is going to be like none other than what the starlet has worked on during her career.
The Meghna Gulzar directorial is all set to narrate the story of real life acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal. The shooting for the film commenced in New Delhi and the shoot was wrapped up on June 4th, 2019. Ever since Deepika Padukone shared her first look for the film, fans have been excited and there is most certainly a lot of buzz in the air to see her in this avatar.
The cast of 'Chhapaak'
And now, fans are waiting eagerly to see the film’s trailer and Meghna Gulzar recently revealed while speaking to an Indian daily that the trailer for the film will be released on December 10. Keeping the film’s theme in mind, the film’s trailer release will coincide with World Human Rights Day. She couldn’t have asked for a better day we think. Meghna Gulzar went on to say that Deepika Padukone was the perfect choice for her film and she is very appreciative of her craft and probably wouldn’t have even made the film without her.
Kabir Khan, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh
Deepika Padukone also recently wrapped up shooting for the Kabir Khan directorial, ’83. She will be seen alongside her husband for the very first time since they tied the knot and will be essaying the role of Romi Bhatia, wife of legendary cricket player; Kapil Dev. The film is all set to narrate the story of how Kapil Dev lead India to victory in the 1983 World Cup.