Chhapaak, which was released on January 10th, 2020 collected around 30 Cr on its first day. Here is the second-day collection for Chhapaak. Here are the second-day collections for Chhapaak.
Chhapaak is expected to collect 20 Cr approximately on its second day. According to reports, the film may get affected for collection from Ajay Devgn’s’ Tanhaji which was released on the same day.
According to reports, the film may get 50-70 Cr on its first weekend. Also, the Pongal festival can help Tanhaji for getting better collections. The film can run successfully in its first week with these holiday factor.
Sources say that Chhapaak was received well with positive talk and got a positive vibe as celebrities supported this film on twitter. According to a survey, Chhapaak has become one of the greatest performances of Deepika’s career.
Deepika Padukone announced this film on 24th December 2018 from her twitter account. Also, Vikrant Massey said that people have to understand the determination, strength which people will have an audience should also know what exactly Laxmi went through.
Deepika Padukone is yet again back with another strong character after powerful roles in some films like Padmaavat (2018), Piku (2015), Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (2013) and many more.
Chhapaak is based on true incidents, life of Laxmi Agarwal, an acid attack survivor, whose character is played by Deepika Padukone in the film along with Vikrant Massey who’ll be seen as Deepika’s partner.
The film stars Deepika Padukone, Vikrant Massey, Ankit Bisht in main roles. The film is written, directed and produced by Megha Gulzar along with Deepika Padukone under the banner Fox Productions. The music of this film was composed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, the cinematography was done by Malay Prakash and got edited by Nitin Baid.
Deepika Padukone was seen supporting the protest at JNU for CAA on 07th January 2020. Later, two hashtags #BoycottChhapaak and #BoycottDeepika began trending in Indian Twitter. Also, #ISupportDeepika was started too along with the other two. Do these affect the collections? let the audience decide!