Fake claims related to ‘Chhapak’
Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone’s film Chhapak got into controversies even before the release. Many things were coming out about the film. Before the screening of this film, it was coming to light that the religion of the acid attacker in the film has been changed. But after the screening of the film, all these claims are proving to be fake.
Why Fake Claims Made On Chhapaak
Actually on Tuesday, actress Deepika Padukone had come to meet the students of Jawaharlal Nehru University. After which tweets of boycotting the film started trending on social media. Apart from this, it was also revealed that the person who attacked the acid attack Survivor Lakshmi Agarwal was a Muslim person. Which is described as Hindu in the film.
Fake Claims on Chhapaak
People said that this film is the story of acid attack surgeon Lakshmi Aggarwal. When the exact name and religion of her accused is not mentioned in this film, then how can Lakshmi be respected by this? But how right are such claims before the film’s release and how wrong can they be called? The film has not yet been released, so where did this information about it come from?
Well, the truth other than all these things is that the names of the characters in the film have been changed and not their religion. Deepika is named Malti in place of Lakshmi in the film. So the person who attacked Lakshmi has been named Bashir Khan instead of Nadeem.
Significantly, the story of the film ‘Chhapak’ is based on the Satya incident. The film depicts the aspect related to Laxmi Agarwal’s life that changed her face as well as her entire life. In 2005, when Lakshmi was 15 years old, a man named Nadeem Khan proposed to her for marriage. The person was so hurt when Lakshmi refused, that he threw acid on her to take revenge on Lakshmi. This incident changed the life of Lakshmi.