Ramayana being on air here sharing a picture of Kangana from school Ramayana play, make up costume direction by Kangana, she was hardly 13 years old used to get lot of scolding from papa for dressing up like this but she never cared 🥰 pic.twitter.com/fmtyfqJO4Z— Rangoli Chandel (@Rangoli_A) April 11, 2020
As the nation is observing nation-wide-lockdown, GOI decided to rerun some old and mythological shows like Mahabharat, Ramayana, Circus, Byomkesh Bakshi, Dekh Bhai Dekh, The Jungle Book among many others. Well, these shows have not only transported millennial to the nostalgia land but have also reminded Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli of something. Rangoli, who’s making headlines for multiple reasons, has now shared a picture from Kangana’s Ramanaya play she played in the school.
Rangoli shared a picture on Twitter from her Ramayana play and said that the Manikarnika actress had herself designed costumed, done makeup and directed the play when she was hardly 13-year-old. Rangoli wrote in her Tweet, “Ramayana being on the air here sharing a picture of Kangana from school Ramayana play, makeup costume direction by Kangana, she was hardly 13 years old used to get a lot of scolding from papa for dressing up like this but she never cared.”
In the picture, Kangana looks cute as a button wearing a red saree as she portrays the role of Sita. In her caption, Rangoli also mentioned that their father also used to scold her for dressing up like this but never really bothered.
Meanwhile, Rangoli was in the news as Twitter is not about happy with her thoughts on a particular topic and she received warnings from Twitter. Rangoli took to her Twitter handle saying, “Twitter giving me warnings, so basically you can abuse our PM call our home minister terrorist, give artists rape threats mock Hindu Gods and Gaumutra whole day but if you say anything about mullas twitter gets upset...” (ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut's Sister Rangoli Finds Historical Monument Taj Mahal 'Creepy As Hell' And Not A Symbol Of Love)
Images Source: twitter/Rangoli_A
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