Rangoli Chandel Reveals Horrific Details About Her Acid Attack Incident

Rangoli Chandel Reveals Horrific Details About Her Acid Attack Incident

Rangoli Chandel, sister of Kangana Ranaut shared details of her horrific acid attack incident and how her sister, was almost beaten to death
Rangoli Chandel Reveals Horrific Details About Her Acid Attack Incident
Rangoli Chandel

Bollywood star Kangana Ranaut has always been in the headlines for one reason or another. Likewise, her sister Rangoli Chandel is also often seen making comments on other stars or films, usually garnering public attention in return. About 5 years ago, Rangoli fell victim to an acid attack. A man had proposed to her and upon Rangoli rejecting his proposal, he threw about a litre of acid on her face. Now, the acid attack survivor has finally shared details of the horrible incident and how she’s dealing with it now. She also shared that around the same time, Kangana was physically assaulted and almost beaten to death.

Rangoli posted a few pictures of her college days. She followed it with another tweet that said, “Shortly after this image was clicked, the guy whose proposal I refused threw one litre acid on my face. I had to go through 54 surgeries strangely, and simultaneously my little sister was physically assaulted and almost beaten to death. For what? Because our parents gave birth to beautiful, intelligent and confident daughters. The world is not kind to a girl child. It’s time to fight all kinds of social evil so it’s safer for our children.”

Sharing another photo, Rangoli wrote, “A lot of people are feeling sorry about the fact that I lost my beauty. Honestly, when your organs melt before your eyes, beauty is the last thing you care about. Even after 54 surgeries over a span of 5 years, doctors couldn’t reconstruct my ear. I had lost one eye and had a retina transplant. Doctors took skin patches from all over my body and grafted my one breast which was severely damaged. Beauty was the last thing I cared about. I was a university topper but best years of my youth went in operation theatres. Even though I had 90% burns, there is still no reservation for acid survivors.”

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