Story of an Acid Attack Survivor Laxmi Agarwal in film 'Chhapaak'

Story of an Acid Attack Survivor Laxmi Agarwal in film 'Chhapaak'
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Mumbai, India: Laxmi Agarwal, whose life as an acid attack survivor has motivated a forthcoming Meghna Gulzar's Bollywood film "Chhapaak", said she thought that it was astounding how individuals were discovering magnificence in the 'burns' that performing artist Deepika Padukone brandished for the motion picture.

Laxmi was assaulted when she was all of 15. Throughout the years, she has been vocal about her experience and effectively battles against acid attacks.

Laxmi was en route back home from music class when a man, twice her age, tossed acid on her for dismissing his advances. Her face and other body parts got distorted in the acid assault.

A week ago, Deepika revealed her first look from Meghna Gulzar's "Chhapaak", and it was generally praised by the Bollywood film industry.

What was Laxmi's first response on observing Deepika's look? 

"I was upbeat to see Deepika's first look from the film. The reaction and the messages I jumped via social networking media was overpowering. Indeed, it was my little girl's birthday, and more than messages for her, I got celebratory messages about the film.

Story of an Acid Attack Survivor Laxmi Agarwal in film 'Chhapaak'
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"I was feeling great that a big name has come in that look. A ton of make-up artistes changed a characteristic face to corrosive acid attacked face after that (via facebook media). Also, I felt, 'see, they are discovering excellence in a corrosive copied face'," said Laxmi, who was a centre piece at the simply finished up India Runway Week here.

 With "Chhapaak", she feels upbeat that Bollywood is turning out with genuine stories. "Individuals are charmed by Bollywood. Quite a while back, a film named 'Tezaab' turned out. It talked about magnificence. Today, excellence through movies is appeared in an alternate way and the adolescent will see and learn," she said.

Gotten some information about her contribution with the film, Laxmi who has remained generally tight-lipped about it stated: "I was included with the film," and was upbeat to share the tale of her battle and survival with the creators of the film.

Story of an Acid Attack Survivor Laxmi Agarwal in film 'Chhapaak'
Laxmi with her family 

"I am constantly open about my life since I have seen a few people in my adventure who are completing a ton in front, however are enduring behind. I feel in the event that you are a motivation for somebody, at that point you should turn out and talk about these things. Laxmi Agarwal (referring herself) is an open book," she said.

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