Rangoli Chandel Reveals Attacker's Identity, Shares Her Painful Acid-attack Story


Kangana Ranaut's sister Rangoli Chandel took to her Twitter handle to respond to a user who asked her to reveal her acid attacker's identity. Read details.

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:
Rangoli Chandel

Kangana Ranaut's sister Rangoli Chandel took to her Twitter handle to respond to a user who asked about her attacker's identity. For those unaware, Rangoli is an acid-attack survivor who has gone through 54 surgeries over the span of 5 years, after a man threw one litre of acid on her face. In a series of tweets, Rangoli revealed that the attacker's name is Avinash Sharma and studied in the same college as hers.

She further added that it was 'The biggest mistake' of her life that she let the threats slide by and didn't approach the police or parents. Narrating the story, Rangoli said that it only took 'One second' for him to throw acid on her. 

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