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Thappad Full Movie (2020) Review, Trailer, Cast, Songs, and Story-line

Thappad Full Movie Review Cast, Download Trailer, Songs, Release Date, and Story-line is a 2020 Indian Hindi language drama film directed and co-produced by Anubhav Sinha. Thappad Full Movie will be released on 28 February 2020. Main Star Cast of Thappad Movie is Taapsee Pannu and Pavail Gulati. Here we share the Full List of Thappad Movie Cast & Crew, Roles, Release Date, Movie Story, Videos, Trailer. A woman reevaluates her marriage after her husband slaps her in the face in front of a group of people at a party.


Thappad Full Movie Story

Thappad is a relationship story of Amrita whose seemingly perfect life is shattered with a slap. But is one slap enough to question what a relationship stands for? Should a slap shake up her trust or is a Thappad ‘Bas Itni Si Baat’?

Thappad Full Movie Cast & Crew

Thappad Movie Cast

  • Taapsee Pannu as Amrita
  • Pavail Gulati as Amrita's husband
  • Ratna Pathak Shah
  • Tanvi Azmi
  • Dia Mirza
  • Ram Kapoor
  • Kumud Mishra
  • Sushil Dahiya
  • Nidhi Uttam
  • Manav Kaul
  • Gracy Goswami
  • Sandeep Yadav

Thappad Full Movie Directed by

  • Anubhav Sushila Sinha

Thappad Movie Produced by

  • Bhushan Sudesh Kumar
  • Krishan Krishna Kumar
  • Anubhav Sushila Sinha

Thappad Movie Writing Credits

  • Anubhav Sushila Sinha
  • Mrunmayee Lagoo Waikul

Thappad Movie Cinematography by

  • Soumik Mukherjee
  • Ewan Mulligan

Thappad Complete Movie Editing by

  • Yasha Ramchandani

Thappad Full Movie Casting By

  • Nandini Shrikent

Thappad Movie Costume Design by

  • Vishakha Kullarwar

Thappad Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

  • Tarni Alok
  • Ankit Choudhary
  • Aadit Karanjkar
  • Vikhyaat Sareen
  • Pratik Visapurkar

Thappad Full Movie Camera and Electrical Department

  • TejInder Singh Khamkha

Thappad Movie Sound Department

  • Ritaban Basu
  • Anuj Mathur
  • Sam K. Paul
  • Shantanu Yennemadi

Thappad Movie Other Crew

  • Shiv Chanana
  • Suraj Chandran Nair

Thappad Movie Production Companies

  • T-Series

Thappad Full Movie Release Date

  • 28 February 2020

Thappad Full Movie Trailer Download

Thappad Full Movie Review

I mean there are so many things first off it kind of reminds me of the short film that we watched yes Sonu yes ah suno you know listen means listen listen anyway it kind of reminded me of that just a the subject matter of course there soon oh soon oh okay my first time my Hindi is worse than yours anywho it kind of reminded me of that because of the subject matter of marital abuse basically and the normalization of it and I think it's a very important subject to talk about and I feel like the director the and I I assumed he wrote this as well because he wrote and directed I think the other movies he did write the filmmakers the writers here they're trying to kind of look at all sides of the story which I appreciate as well because you can see that tapsee pannu scare achter is probably you know she's at least upper middle class if not a fairly high class lady right she seems like she's probably educated and comes from a good family and so there's that but then I appreciated that they also showed the point of view of the maid who's like oh yeah well my husband slapped me - what what will I do if he locks me out and all that so you're kind of seeing all different sides to it but I mean I am on top super news side here where it's like it's one slap yeah but he shouldn't have slapped you in the first place that shouldn't be allowed you know that's what I think anyway I'm not disagreeing yeah well I know you have some thoughts go ahead Gebbie no well let's have a discussion can we have a discussion jeez I just don't know that if it's right for me to speak about this because it's if is this a female centric film from a respect to him like I can't speak to that perspective but it's interesting that it's a female perspective yet it's directed by a man which and I appreciate that it still feels very female centric and it feels like the female voice is coming through I think that's great because I don't think ultimately it really matters whether the people making the film are male or female it's whether or not the authenticity of the story is coming through and so far just off the trailer alone it's looking really interesting and I have every confidence in unabomb Sinha and his body of work and the types of stories that he has told that he will tell this in a very you know sensitive well-rounded way hopefully he is one of the writers I just so you know oh you were wondering that earlier and I'm just confirming that for you I think that's interesting that you know he feels strongly enough to work and create this project you know I think that's awesome go on then I want to hear what you want to say so I have no idea if she is seeking divorce what kind of retribution she's looking for when she sought out that attorney I agree that he shouldn't ever slap her that's wrong then there's no ifs ands or buts about that what makes it exorbitant ly worse is the fact that he did it in public so there's like that not just the fact that he slapped her but then there is that embarrassment and shame that goes with like everyone saw that she lost face you know so it's up to me that's compounded I want to know what she's looking to dishy so she says she doesn't love him initially in the trailer it's this simple idea that is causing this huge rift all of a sudden this chasm between them but she's saying now that she's I it's making her realize that there's a lot more that is unfair so I'm like okay wait so there's there's other things here going on in their relationship that hasn't been revealed in the trailer because at first glance at you know the cursory glance they're like oh she slapped her divorce that's it just because of everything else otherwise is perfect because that's what the trailer was looking like in the first minute or so everything up to the slap was peachy and then the slap happened it's like I'll forget it done with you which is fair if you want to go there like you're allowed to react how you want to react who knows what was going through his head thing is this is gonna be controversial but for me to say this will ache okay so you you decided to marry this person I mean I don't know what the circumstances are if she was forced to but let's assume for the moment that she's got some kind of freedom of expression and she has a say so a choice in the matter right if that's the case and she decided she elected to marry this person she elected to spend the rest of her life with this person good or bad when someone has some kind of crazy response like that that is uncalled for and completely unjustifiable I mean that's a whole other rabbit hole whether you want to justify something or not but bill Burson does so what I'm trying to get at is if someone slaps me I'm gonna let them know look I don't believe is that a woman's just slap a guy either admittedly a little bit more forgiving of that but I am very much against it still and so you if my girlfriend or wife whoever slaps me I'm gonna have an issue with that and I'm gonna let them know I have an issue with that and we're gonna need to see counseling therapy whatever it is and if you are unwilling to do that I am not willing to live with you until you are willing to seek help to to fix not you but like you know in general you until you until you can fix this this matter because there is no room for domestic violence in my relationship there just isn't there's no ifs ands or buts about it I want to know what she's trying to do it does look like she's seeking divorce I think what it seems to be is that she on the outside right the relationship looks lovely and peachy and maybe there is some aspect of that as well but it seems like there is something underneath that where maybe she feels underappreciated or he's dismissive of her or whatever it is and so that slap kind of brought everything into focus about how he treated her and how she had allowed herself to be treated because I'm sure it's not just like yeah it's an isolated incident but a lot of things must have been leading up to that like in his behavior to make him feel like it was okay to do that and in front of a big group of people at a party you know that's fair I mean it's not in happening this this feeling that allows that makes someone think that they can get away with that is not an isolated thing yeah it's built up to like you're saying that's what's funny about this is I was just chatting with someone about argent ready on Instagram and I was saying how I I just I had a major issue with the film because of the whole slapping thing and the director tried to justify that and I went back and watched those videos just at a I don't know I just wanted to revisit it the conversation that we had about the slapping and what none it's it really bothered me how the director said that that's an expression of love and then it happened here again and then and they literally set it in the trailer I'm like yeah I don't agree with that I I had a problem with it I can't endure the director's name right now but I had a problem with it when he's yeah Sonny pretty bum thank you when he said slap something as a form of love yeah I had a problem when he said it I had a problem with it here in the trip it just it hurts me there's a lot of people who had rocky relationships and have gone to rocky places and maybe you've done some regrettable things and like I can be understanding to a degree of what people have gone through and done and as as long as they like feel regret and they are apologetic and they're willing to take measures to remedy that whatever makes them think that that's okay to do yeah right but to think that you can do that because it's an expression of love that's not that's just not cool for me yeah I think also what's really cool like I said earlier is like it's showing all these different sides to it so we're seeing that argument of someone going well it's an expression of love and then you also see how in relationships oftentimes women are also trapped financially because like oh right the maid couldn't go anywhere else didn't go anywhere cuz if she leaves her husband then you know she she has nothing so there's all these different aspects that they're exploring and I think that's really cool and it makes me really interested to see the movie I feel like we're at least gonna see a conversation you know and that's what's interesting because I hope that that would spark conversations outside of the movie theater as well ya know all of the topical stuff aside what one of the things I wanted to say right at the beginning of the discussion but I held my tongue stove it because I wanted to hear what you had to say I think tapsee pannu is a wonderful actress and the way she's playing this role is totally different from what I've seen her do before mm-hmm she was in pink right yeah yeah and so her character in there was you know more young and rambunctious I mean she was going through something she was a victim in that film as well but she was a totally different victim and so here it's this more quiet I can't articulate quite so well but like dignified that dignified attitude but quiet and centered yes and I love that even though you said like she's a victim in this I feel like she's so strong as well because it takes a lot of courage to you know have that happen to you and be in this marriage which on the outside looks good and I'm sure she's like in a privileged position in life and everything and to be like no that's not okay I'm gonna stick to my guns and I I wanted to force or like I need like reparations repercussions yeah whatever I definitely need to watch the film to under to get the full scope of what she's going through to understand like why that was a trigger for everything else I'm just so curious because they they had these highlights of where everything looked wonderful and so my god how does that happen like what where did this go awry you know that's part of the thing as well it's like on the outside looking in you you can never really tell how do you know that's the outside perspective because they were showing you this montages as if it was her own perspective that's what was confusing about it right and so yeah I mean at the very least this film has me very curious and it's a definite conversation piece I'm down to watch it and I hope you guys are too let us know your feelings in the comments below you know whether you agree or disagree with the obvious message and philosophy of the movie.