No even though they might have acted slightly better than Deepika. The film lacked flow. You don't show the backstory at the end. The ending should have been the court victory and and not how she got the acid attack. You want the audience to go out feeling empowered. I understand them showing another acid attack case, they needed to convey how it is still an ongoing problem that has not been resolved.
No. Even though I feel that Deepika did underplay Malti a little (even though she was pretty good in some scenes), the movie itself fails to move you, with the ineffective court scenes. I couldn't feel connected to her character much, they didn't really explore Malti's psyche. The end of the movie passed on a strong message though, I liked that.
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