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Story Of Chapaak Needs To Be Told Says Deepika Padukone
Actress Deepika Padukone is making her post-marriage comeback to silver screen with a gut-wrenching acid attack victim’s tale title Chapaak, says it is an important story which needs to be told.
Actress Deepika Padukone is making her post-marriage comeback to silver screen with a gut-wrenching acid attack victim's tale title Chapaak, says it is an important story which needs to be told.
Along with entire B-Town celebrities, Stunning and talented Deepika Padukone was spotted at Zee Cine Awards.
During her interaction, Deepika Padukone talked about her forthcoming movie and said, "It's so ironic that on the day of Holi, I am off to Delhi for the shooting of 'Chapaak'. We will start shooting it on Monday. It's a very important film and I feel that the story which we are showcasing in our film needs to be told"
The movie also stars Vikrant Massey in the leading role and the film is helmed by Meghna Gulzar.
Deepika Padukone, who was announced the chairperson of the Mumbai Academy of Moving Image (MAMI) also talked about her new position.
She said, "I think the reason I agreed is because it's important for the youth to be part of such organisations, movements or things which actually bring about changes because the future is in our hands"
"We are responsible for shaping the way the film industry moves forward from here on, so that was a calculated move on my part as well as the board's. It is something that we spoke about. I read an article recently which said that 'I was appointed the chairperson because of my status or position'. Yes, that's precisely why we did that, because I think Indian cinema is at the brink of beautiful global recognition. If it hasn't happened already, I think there is a lot more to happen and hopefully, we will just take it to an all new level" she added.