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Know the Story of Laxmi Agarwal- the Inspiring Braveheart behind Deepika Padukone’s ‘Chhapaak’

Here is the story of Laxmi Agarwal, the famous acid attack survivor. In January 2020, will release Deepika Padukone’s Chhapaak narrating her journey.

Know the Story of Laxmi Agarwal- the Inspiring Braveheart behind Deepika Padukone’s ‘Chhapaak’

30-year-old Laxmi Agarwal, India's most prominent campaigner against the terrible scourge of acid attack, is an inspiration for many. Now with the first look of Deepika and the announcement of the movie ‘Chhapaak’, people will get to see her story in celluloid.  

From being deserted by her live-in accomplice, without work for a year, attempting to accommodate her little girl and on the cusp of getting removed from an East Delhi level to accepting news that Bollywood star Deepika Padukone will deliver and star in executive Meghna Gulzar's film about her life, it's been a rollercoaster ride for Laxmi.

"When I heard this story, I was profoundly moved as it's one of viciousness as well as of solidarity and bravery, expectation and triumph. It had such an effect on me, that by and by and inventively, I expected to go past thus the choice to turn maker," Deepika told the Mumbai Mirror.

Laxmi Agarwal, the acid attack survivor who won hearts with her bravery and balance, in conditions that would have seen many disintegrate, and was one of the champs of the US State Department's International Women of Courage Award in 2014 (First Lady, Michelle Obama introduced it).

That of India's best-known acid attack survivor is thinking that it's hard to get by, may amaze many, yet activists state it features the predicament of acid attack survivors as a rule. In 2005, acid was tossed on Agarwal by a stalker. The tale of many acid attacks exploited people in India.

She was only 15 years of age when she met with this horrible acid attack. A 32-year-old person, whose propels she restricted, did this terrible acid attack on her. Be that as it may, Laxmi endured.

Laxmi was born in New Delhi. She was naturally introduced to a white collar class family. Her dad was a local cook, and her mom was a homemaker. In a meeting, Laxmi expressed that her dad was her most noteworthy mainstay of solidarity. Her dad and her sibling passed away because of a delayed infection.

The acid attack disfigured her face, her back, and numerous different parts of her body.

Soon after her recuperation, she left her home to battle for 'Stop Acid attack' and filled in as a battle facilitator and additionally drove a PIL in which she argued for an all-out boycott on the closeout of acid, referring to the extending number of her the voice of all the acid attack survivors over the world. She alongside other acid attack unfortunate casualties, began a hunger strike for the restoration of such survivors and furthermore to accomplish prompt lawful equity. In 2013, the Supreme Court managed another set of principles winning the closeout of acid in India in which an individual underneath the age of 18 proved unable buy acids and an identity card ought to be created by the client before obtaining acid.

Her bravery and will to live is undoubtedly worth increasing in value. Laxmi responded to the call to live with a reason and assembled around 27,000 marks for an appeal to check acid deals in the market and took this request to the Indian Supreme Court. Her appeal drove the Supreme Court to arrange the focal and state governments to control the clearance of acid, and the Parliament to make indictments of acid attack less demanding to seek after. Laxmi now runs an NGO, Chhanv Foundation, where Laxmi is the chief, and it is committed to helping the overcomers of an acid attack in India.

In 2014, she experienced passionate feelings for her kindred extremist Alok Dixit. They got hitched later, and today she is a pleased mother. Pihu, her little girl, is the new expectation in her life.

Laxmi always wanted to turn out to be either an artist or then again an artist since her adolescence. She additionally told that she would go to her singing class, till the day she was assaulted by 'Guddu.'

She likewise uncovered that she was terrified when her girl was born. She thought her little girl would get frightened on observing her.

In 2018, Laxmi revealed in a meeting that she faces an incredible difficulty in finding an occupation which could fulfill her and her little girl's essential needs of life. She uncovered that she is an accomplished beautician yet her disturbed face hampers all the openings for work she gets.

Starting in 2018, her evaluated net worth is around Rs. 14.55 Lakhs Indian Rupees. She has additionally facilitated a TV show "Udaan (2014)" which is broadcast by New Express.

Deepika Padukone will play an acid attack survivor, motivated by the life of Laxmi Agarwal, in Meghna Gulzar's ‘Chhapaak’.

The performing artist took to online life early today to share her look in the film, and netizens are praising her for her wonderful change and taking on such a ground-breaking job.

‘Chhapaak’, which is booked to hit the performance centers on January 10, 2020, is roused by the adventure of Laxmi Agarwal, the acid attack survivor who has won hearts with her bravery and unstoppable soul.

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