Deepika Padukone Criticised for Challenging Makeup Artist to Recreate Look From Chhapaak on TikTok (Read Tweets)
Deepika Padukone TikTok Challenge (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Deepika Padukone's latest release Chhapaak courted quite a few controversies. Acid-attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal's laywer moved court askin to be credited in the film. Right-wing supporters called for a boycott on the film after the actress' JNU visit. Now, Deepika has courted a new controversy because of a TikTok video where she challenges a make-up artist to recreate her acid-attack survivor look from Chhapaak. In the video, the actress challenges the MUA, Faby, to recreate the looks from Om Shanti Om, Piku an Chhapaak. Later, in the same video, the MUA completes the challenge. While Deepika achieved the look of acid attack survivor using prosthetics, Faby does it with whatever was available to her.

Deepika is being called out for the same. One Twitter user wrote, "And just when we thought that @deepikapadukone couldn’t mock Lakshmi anymore through her PR stunts in JNU she comes up with tick tok challenge on acid attack victims. Gross."

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More and More Twiterati Joined In:

Another user wrote how reducing acid-attack survivor to a TikTok challenge was counterproductive

Another wrote that acid-attack is not a make-up look

'Messed Up'

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Another Twitter User Wrote,

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The actress has only recently joined TikTok, and has already managed to gain over 4.9 million followers. She took help from various popular TikTok celebs to arrive on the scene, including MUA Faby, who has over 3 millon followers. Lakshmi Agarwal, real life survivor, on whom Chhapaak is based, is also there on the video-sharing app with over 1.8 million followers.

Chhapaak, directed by Meghna Gulzar, and co-produced by Deepika Padukone and Fox Star Hindi, earned a little over Rs 23 crore at the box office at the end of its 7th day. The movie recieved mixed reviews from the critics.