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Chhapaak is an Indian dramatic film, based on true events, which depicts the story of an acid attack survivor, Malti, and her subsequent legal battle to have acid banned from sale in India. The film is in Hindi with English subtitles.
The film contains depictions of acid attack survivors with varying degrees of injuries. The film also contains depictions of men abusing and controlling women, a depiction of a boy being poisoned and contracting intestinal tuberculosis, and brief verbal references to sexual violence.
The film contains three depictions of acid attacks, two of which are heightened through slow-motion. The film also contains instances of people slapping each other.
The film contains use of the words “dammit” and “dipshit”.
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