Acid-attack Bride Finds Love By a Wrong Number

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As you already know that love is blind, and it is proved by a couple in India. According to Hindustan Times, the acid-attack bride told them at the ceremony  “who would have thought an acid attack and 17 surgeries later I would find love.”

 

Miss basis is a 26-year-old girl who was attacked by her relative 4 years ago in 2012. And due to this attack, she had lost her face beauty and after multiple surgeries, she has to get minimum about her real face. Be she was not disappointed. And the miracle is that she has found her real love after this big incident, Ravi Shanker.

She thanks, that wrong number that was the reason to find her real love.

27 years old Ravi Shanker who works in a CCTV company told the Hindustan Newspaper that “Ms. Bansi had accidentally dialed my number about three months ago. I called her back after 15 days”.

He further explained that “We spoke and I fell in love with her voice. Our conversations continued on a daily basis and in the process, I proposed to her.”

During their conversation, Ms. Bansi had already told about her acid attack. He said that “But I told her I am in love with her and like to get married. Many couples fall in love with their partners’ face and eventually get divorced. With her, I am not concerned about her face. She is a sweet person. I wish God blessed us for a lifetime”.

Their wedding was on Tuesday evening where a number of Bollywood stars attend their marriage party including Vivek Oberoi to make this marriage a memorable marriage party of the history. Vivek Oberoi also met with Ms. Bansi as having a determination in spite of being an acid-attack survivor.

Vivek Oberoi called her “a true hero” and also praised the groom who loved her for just who she is not from her face.

It is studied that there are 1000 acid attacks per year in India. Many attacks of them go unreported.

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