“Our face is our identity, but for me my work is my identity,” says Nari Shakti awardee

Pragya Prasun, is an acid attack survivor turned activist and a social worker who has been fighting for providing relief and rehabilitation to her fellow acid attack survivor for many years now. She was presented with the Nari Shakti award by President Ram Nath Kovind on International Women’s Day on March 08

“Our face is our identity, but for me my work is my identity,” says Nari Shakti awardee“Our face is our identity, but for me, my work is my identity. I have made my recognition through my work,” says Pragya Prasun. In 2006, just 12 days after her wedding she was travelling in the train on her way give an exam, when a jilted lover flung acid at her face. After a […]

#StopAcidAttack: Deepika reveals her first look as she transforms herself into acid attack survivor 

The first look of Deepika Padukone from ‘Chhapaak’ is out and it has left everyone completely stunned with the uncanny resemblance with Laxmi Agarwal. The First look of Deepika is shown standing right next to a mirror where she is seen smiling

#StopAcidAttack: Deepika reveals her first look as she transforms herself into acid attack survivor Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone on Monday, March 25, shared the first look of her upcoming picture, ‘Chhapaak’ where she is playing the character of an acid attack victim. ‘Chhapaak’ is based on the real-life story of an acid survivor Laxmi Agrawal, who is now fighting for the rights of the acid attack victims. In the […]

‘Now, I am happily married, self-reliant and fearless’, says acid attack survivor

Brave heart Lalita from Kalwa, (a suburb of the Mumbai's Thane city), has commenced a new life. Her wedding story is no less than a Bollywood saga. She found her prince charming, who fell for her voice after dialling a wrong number. And their romantic fairy tale is redefining relationship goals. Do you believe in miracles? Well, if not? This story will prove you wrong…

‘Now, I am happily married, self-reliant and fearless’, says acid attack survivorLalita and Ravi Shankar, (a CCTV operator, also owns a petrol pump in Ranchi, Jharkhand), fell for each other’s voices after she dialled a wrong number. ‘It was love at first sound’. And he called her back, and they ended up talking on the phone every day. Lalita told him that she was an acid […]

For acid attack victim Lalita, a wrong number became her lifeline 

Lalita Bansi, an acid attack victim, had dialled a wrong number by mistake, she had little idea that the receiver will become her husband. Ravi called her back and on the third day of their phone conversations he proposed to her

For acid attack victim Lalita, a wrong number became her lifeline A phone call that changed her life, a wrong number which she dialled by mistake, ultimately proved to be the right one. She has left the trauma of the past far behind, she has overcome the agony: this is Lalita’s story. Lalitaben Bansi, a twenty six year old girl tied the knot with Ravi Rajput […]