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Thappad Review: Tapsee carries the theme on her shoulders

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Amrita’s world stumbles badly when her ambitious husband slaps a loud slap on her cheek in front of people at a party. When she recalls all the things she was doing while running a house and playing a relationship with her husband’s slap in a full meeting. With a slap from her husband, she drowns herself in self-aggrandizement and starts searching for her self-respect. what is that?

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The wife goes against all these and divorces her husband and stands up for her self-respect. After this, the film ‘Slap’ questions the relationship between man and woman. Is there an equal relationship between the two? When Amrita decides to fight her husband, she also inspires other women around her to take the initiative for change. While divorcing her husband, what passes over Amrita and what problems she has to face in society. You have to go to the cinema house to see all these points.

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Taapsee Pannu is playing the role of a wife in this film, she is seen doing everything for the family and husband like a common woman. In the film, Taapsee is the story of this film. Her acting and her expression feel fantastic all the time. Seeing Taapsee as the heroine in this film, your eyes will be seen staring at her.

He hit me for the first time … Can’t hit, it’s just such a thing. ‘This is not a dialogue of the film but a summary of the film. The way Taapsee Pannu calls this dialogue is about to see the emotion. This is followed by a dialogue that added life to the film. It goes like this – ‘The thing that needs to be added means it is broken’. The acting of Pavel Gulati, Kumud Mishra, Ratna Pathak Shah, Tanvi Azmi in the film is superb. All the characters appear to fit and judge on their roles.

Anubhav Sinha is seen making a befitting slap on the society through the movie” Thappad” Directed by Anubhav Sinha, “Thappad” is a female-centric film. How domestic violence begins is shown in the film which is truly praiseworthy. The film is against gender discrimination violence.

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