MUMBAI: Rangoli Chandel has time and again been in headlines for her controversial statement on Bollywood celebs. But surprisingly, this time Chandel has only love to shower on Deepika Padukone starrer 'Chhapaak'.
Rangoli took to her official Twitter handle to praise the movie. Sharing the official trailer of the movie, she wrote, "Wow!!! Everyone should see this film, amazing."
Following this tweet, she wrote another one on which she stated the dilemma of an acid attack survivor as she herself is one. She tweeted, "Meghna and Deepika will earn a lot of tears from this film, what my family and I went through along with the prejudice we faced was worse than death... the story of an acid attack survivor need to reach this nation, praying that it works."
Meghna and Deepika will earn a lot of tears from this film, what my family and I went through along with the prejudice we faced was worse than death... story of an acid attack survivor need to reach this nation, praying that it works🙏— Rangoli Chandel (@Rangoli_A) December 10, 2019
It happens very rarely that Rangoli speaks something good about any big Bollywood celeb other than her own sister Kangana Ranaut. But here what human nature is evident who can sympathize as well as empathize. Chandel herself is an acid attack survival so she can very well understand the pain behind the story of Malti.
The makers of 'Chhapaak' recently released the trailer and fans cannot get enough of it. Full marks to Deepika for the powerful act that she has done in the movie. It definitely takes guts to portray such a heart-wrenching story. Vikrant Massey in his character of Anmol is brilliant. Meghna Gulzar, who has delivered masterpieces like 'Raazi' and 'Talvar', is back with another strong story.
The trailer is so powerful that even Deepika broke down into tears at the trailer launch event while speaking about the movie. Sharing the trailer of her upcoming and special movie, Deepika wrote, "Rarely do you come across a story where you have to sit through an entire narration, usually you have to sit the entire process and then think whether you want to do a film or not. It's not often when you come across a story where you know instantly in the first few minutes after meeting a directing that this is what you want to commit your life too and Chhapaak is that for me.."