Deepika Padukone comforts Laxmi Agarwal while breaking into the release of the main song of 'Chhapaak'
Today, early in the morning, Deepika Padukone He treated his fans with a very touching glimpse of his next movie, 'Chhapaak'. The actress also announced that, the creators will release the main song of the film today. Consequently, the main cast of the film met for the song's release. However, the song's release became an emotional event since both Laxmi and Deepika became sentimental.
Apart from Deepika, Meghna Gulzar Shankar Mahadevan and Gulzar , the launch also saw Laxmi Agarwal gracing the event . As soon as the song was launched, Shankar Mahadevan he sang some lines of the song and Laxmi got emotional after listening to this heart touching song and broke down on Deepika's shoulder. On the other hand, a supportive Deepika consoled an emotional Laxmi which was a sight to behold for everyone present at the song launch.
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Furthermore, Deepika too got emotional over seeing Laxmi breaking down on her shoulders, the 'Padmaavat' actress got teary eyed and it was Laxmi's turn to console the beautiful actress, who stepped into her shoes to play the acid attack survivor Malti in the film.
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Helmed by Meghna Gulzar , 'Chhapaak' revolves around the struggles and triumph that Laxmi Agarwal went through. The film is slated to release on the 10th of January, 2020 and will see a box office clash with Ajay Devgn and Kajol's historical drama, 'Tanhaji-The unsung warrior'.