The trailer also hints that the film may attempt to address other issues that victims of gender-based violence face such as victim shaming, character assassination and so on. "I knew I wanted to do the film but wasn't sure how will I prepare for the film", Deepika said. "Rarely do you come across a story where you do not need an entire narration to decide if you want to be a part of a film or not". The movie, which happens to be the biopic on acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal, has been the talk of the town since its inception.
Khan recreated her look from her popular debut film Bajirao Mastani, taking inspiration from the actor donning Anju Modi's designer dresses. It could be a simple emotion of joy and happiness, also the longevity of the film matter, if i can see the film after 10 years, is a sign of a successful film.
"It is so Ironic, even I didn't know what I would feel when I saw myself in the mirror for the first time (after make-up)". But I remember again this moment, very very clearly, we were in the Fox Studio's office and we were doing the look test and it took nearly 4-5 hours, the first time we did it. Meghna walked into the office and took me through the story.More news: Apple Returns To CES With Privacy In Mind
"I had only thought that the trailer would be shown and we will come on the stage but I didn't think I would have to speak about it too once on the stage". She also went on to say how entertaining Laxmi is in real life. It's how easy she is with things. She's unique. She's really unique and she is really one of my most favourite people.
When it comes to Deepika, there will always be questions about Ranveer Singh that crop up!
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The trailer was dropped on World Humans Rights Day.
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