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Saturday, June 3, 2017

True Life Story: How An Indian Acid Victim Met & Married The Love Of Her Dreams!!!

After 17 delicate surgeries and long healing procedures, An Indian Acid victim finally settles down with the man of her dreams. This story is so touching. Read it below...




First, Please I have a question!!! Why are acid victims more common in India than other countries? Any Indian in the building? Reply me via mail. Back to their story, The story goes like this:



An Indian acid-attack victim whose face was severely deformed and needed 17 surgeries following the attack has finally married the love of her life. The life of 26-year-old Lalita Ben Bansi, took a turn for the worse in 2012, when her cousin threw acid at her over some minor argument and had to undergo a successful 17 surgeries to partially fix her face.

She happily got married to her 27-year-old husband, Ravi Shankar, on Tuesday at the Thane court in Mumbai.
The fairytale between the duo all started with a wrong number. Lalita met Shankar over a call and over time they got to know each other better and blossomed their way by redefining relationship goals.

In an interview with Hindustan Times, an excited  Lalita said: ‘So many surgeries later, too, my face was deformed. In need for change, I moved from Azamgarh to Kalwa in Thane near Mumbai. Miracles do happen, who would have thought an acid attack and 17 surgeries later I would find love. ‘But it happened. And it all started with a wrong number,’ she added.

Shankar, who works at a private firm in Kandivli as a CCTV operator, and also owns a petrol pump in Ranchi, Jharkhand said he was full of love for Lalita from the onset and wanted her to believe that she deserve a better life. ‘I liked her from the beginning. I had to only convince my mother to accept my choice. I had to make Lalita believe that she too had the right to a better life. Looks are a matter of time. I have seen gorgeous- looking people parting ways after years of marriage. I had always thought I would break the monotony. We will decide whether to settle in Mumbai or Ranchi depending on what Lalita wants’, he added.

According to Hindustan Times, the wedding was attended by a number of Bollywood stars, including actor Vivek Oberoi, who met Ms. Lalita at an event for acid-attack survivors.

In India, it is estimated that there are 1,000 acid attacks per year, with many unreported attacks.