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Rangoli Chandel Being Grateful To Kangana Ranaut For Being There During Her Struggle Is So Wonderful And Heart-Warming

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When I was a kid, I had my share of fights with my sisters (we are three and I am the youngest). They have carried out all the typical pranks on me, including the one in which they told me I am adopted. Of course, we all look similar so I was not buying into that but they did try their best. We’ve wrestled, played and fought. Between pulling each other’s hair to being each other’s confidante, we all grew up. I love how connected we are even though we all live in different countries, and though we don’t talk every single day. When we are in our teens, we tend to focus more on our friends and then we realise that nobody is going to be there for you, like your family is. My bestie and I have been friends since more than a decade and now I consider her a sister from another mother. I guess I am really lucky and if you can relate, I am pretty sure you’re already feeling grateful. Kangana Ranaut and Rangoli Chandel is one such sibling duo that has displayed highest levels of support for each other.

We know Rangoli Chandel has been an acid attack survivor and she revealed how it was her sister Kangana who was there for her more than anyone else. She poured her heart out on Twitter, “I can never pay back what you did for me, at that tender age you were just 19 years old the horror of that accident even our parents couldn’t take they used to see my face and just faint they left but you stood by my side washed my wounds, worked day and night to pay for my treatment, and then after years struggle when things got better you buried your face in my lap and cried …. I am glad you did cause strongest people most often forget to share their pain… thank you Chotu.”

Both the sisters have shown so much strength and courage, at such a tender age. It’s really marvellous and they have my highest respect. Rangoli tweeted this in response to Kangana’s interview with Mumbai Mirror, in which she had said, “I was just 19, on the threshold of a bright career, when the attack happened and it was a long, hard struggle to deal with this kind of perverse, sexist cruelty. Financially too, I was not strong back then.” The repercussions of the attack has to be dealt with by the loved ones too, and it’s more than one life that is affected. The magnitude of the struggle is not even remotely equal, but the pain is still very much there.

Kangana further added, “Girls around me would feel depressed by a bad hair day or because a meal was not to their liking. I was grappling with something far more real and yet had no time to sit and cry. I did tacky films, took on roles I did not deserve, accepted guest appearances, so my sister could be treated by the best surgeon in India. It took 54 surgeries.”

ALSO READ: Dear Deepika Padukone, Acid Attack Face Isn’t A Makeup Look And We Expected You To Know Better.

In fact, Kangana also commented on Deepika Padukone’s TikTok video, in which she challenged a makeup artist to recreate three of her looks. The cringe-worthy part being that she included her Chhapaak look in it. Of course, she garnered a lot of negative attention and backlash for that because Malti’s scars aren’t a makeup “look”. “Rangoli is an acid attack survivor and she was very hurt seeing the video. Sometimes, marketing teams tend to go overboard with their promotions, and I am sure Deepika must be having some explanation for this,” said Kangana. She further added, “The people who are hurt like my sister should be apologised to. This is not a make-up look and nobody should try and achieve it. That kind of insensitivity should be apologised for and there is no harm in doing that because we all make mistakes.”

ALSO READ: Rangoli Chandel Revealed The Horrifying Details Of Her Acid Attack And It Will Enrage You. We’ve So Much Respect For Her


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