Ranu Mondal is now a known name in the Indian music industry. Thanks to Himesh Reshammiya, Ranu Mondal has finally got the taste of success. However, she is making it to the headlines for all the wrong reasons. A video had gone viral where we saw her behaving rudely with a fan. Than her pictures in extremely gaudy makeup went viral. She soon became a meme favourite because of all this and was massively trolled on social media. Now, her daughter, Elizabeth Sathi has come out in her support.
To news agency, IANS, Elizabeth revealed that her mother has always had an attitude problem, however, it is not right to make fun of a person who has achieved success after a lot of struggle. She was quoted saying, "I feel sad that she is being trolled this way. It is true that maa has always had an attitude problem, which is why she sometimes invites trouble. But it is very sad that a person who has struggled so much in her life and has finally started getting a taste of success, is being trolled so much." (Also Read: Kartik Aaryan Calls His Hairstylist ‘Baal Kalakar’; Fans Challenge Him To Style The Controversial Ranu Mondal Instead)
Elizabeth then slammed the organisers of the fashion show and the makeup artist who got Ranu Mondal to walk the ramp. She said, "Was it necessary to make her walk the ramp? Why are they doing this? She is a singer, not a model. People are mimicking her, it's so cheap. I don't think they should be doing this to her. She does not belong to a hi-fi family. She comes from a financially backward family and she never got a chance to groom herself for the glamorous world of Bollywood. She used to sing on the streets and has suddenly shot to fame. She never got a chance to do a makeover of her looks or even brush up her talent."
Meanwhile, Ranu Mondal recently sang a song with Himesh Reshammiya which is Aashiqui Mein Teri 2.0.
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