Deepika Padukone's Chhapaak to clash with Rajinikanth's Darbar, Ajay Devgn's Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior on 10 January 2020
Rajinikanth's Darbar, Deepika Padukone's Chhapaak and Ajay Devgn's Tanhaji are all set to clash at the box office in the first half of January.
It seems 2020 is all set to begin with a bang. Three of the year’s much-anticipated movies - Deepika Padukone-starrer Chhapaak, Rajinikanth’s Darbar and Ajay Devgn’s Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior - are all set to clash at the box office with all three having a release date of January 10, 2020.
Deepika Padukone starrer Chhapaak has been making the right noise among the moviegoers ever since its trailer was dropped a week ago. Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior, featuring real-life couple Ajay Devgn and Kajol, was no less in creating a buzz with its action-packed trailer. Superstar Rajinikanth’s Darbar will also hit the big screens on the same day alongside the other two Bollywood films.
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Chhapaak is based on the life of acid attack survivor Laxmi who was attacked allegedly by a spurned lover in 2005 at the age of 15. Deepika is also producing the film. She said, “I became a producer because I want to reach more people and create an impact through my films. Cinema is such a a powerful tool. You want to use that sensibly. You want to use that wisely. I may not be able to do that every single time, but at least that is the intention.”
While Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior is a biographical drama set in the 17th century, based on the life of legendary Tanaji Malusare, who fought alongside Chatrapati Shivaji against the Mughals.
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