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In the midst of the uncompromising fights and shows in the Capital to look for equity for an assault injured individual, an old man attempts to draw the consideration of a media correspondent to an identification size photograph of a little youngster (probably his girl) who was exposed to corrosive brutality.
It’s a powerful scene which underscores how viciousness against lady in numerous structures still keeps on frequenting the nation. In the interim, after fruitless endeavors in looking for an occupation inferable from her distorted face post a corrosive assault, Malti (Deepika Padukone) chooses to work for a NGO run by Amol (Vikrant Massey) which battles against corrosive assault savagery. Gradually, she attempts to revamp her life and help in upliftment of other corrosive assault survivors also. Not needing some other young lady to experience comparable injury as her, Malti even documents a PIL for corrosive boycott in the nation. The remainder of the plot rotates around how she triumphs despite seemingly insurmountable opposition and carries her guilty parties to equity.
Deepika Padukone as Malti makes you feel her every feeling as your own. Be it the scene where her character is assaulted with corrosive without trying to hide or when she sees her deformed face in the mirror just because, the on-screen character gets the beat of each arrangement and successfully passes on it on the screen. It’s striking of a standard entertainer like her to go about as well as produce a film like Chhapaak. Standing side by side with her is Vikrant Massey. His ‘quiet romantic tale’ with Deepika’s Malti gets a windy help in the generally serious story. Meghna Gulzar catches their tempting science in an excellent manner. Different entertainers like Madhurjeet Sarghi, Rohit Sukhwami and Devas Dixit set up a decent show.
In one of the scenes in the film, Deepika Padukone’s Malti jokes, “Unhone meri surat badli hai, mera mann nahi” and it causes you to understand the significance of standing certain and courageous even in the darkest period of life.