Acid Attack Victim Laxmi Agrawal Being Portrayed By Deepika Padukone In Her New Movie.
Let’s talk about one of the common faces in Bollywood, Deepika Padukone, her works, achievements and mostly about her new character in the new movie. It has been known that she would be shown portraying a character of a girl whose face and the body has been destroyed by acid. She had been able to survive after the massive acid was thrown all over the body. Worried! Wait your curiosity will last no longer. Deepika Padukone will be playing an acid attack survivor, inspired by the life of Laxmi Agarwal, in Meghna Gulzar’s Chhapaak.
The actress posted her looks representing Laxmi Agarwal on the social media some days before. Chhapaak, scheduled on January 10, 2020, explores her life, her hardships, struggles and who has been a source of inspiration for many people and won the hearts of many people by the courage and inevitable spirit.
Laxmi was constantly annoyed by a boy named Naeem, who time and again proposed Laxmi for marriage which she rejected. And the result in front of you all. Laxmi was on the way to the bookstore where the human named animal threw her acid and she fell down. It was her day that she was taken to the hospital by a taxi driver and admitted there for 3 months. She had to go multiple surgeries and operations before she had been in this state now. Thanks to the team of doctors.
Are we moving in the right direction? This will continuously keep happening unless the government will take strict actions against such heinous crime. There is no fear of the law, the victim will always be victimized, innocent one has to be rotting in jail for decades, the culprit will free and vindicated and will be praised with the encouragement of doing more and more crimes: This is the condition of the law and the government is still busy searching for ways to increase the taxes.
These all crimes and dominance towards the ladies in the so-called male-dominated society is the root cause for all these happenings. Every male has to show responsibility towards the protection of women and this has to be taught right from the home. Now, it’s our turn to fight against these all leaving the government and its so-called rules aside.