WATCH: Kriti Sanon, Varun Dhawan bring cheer to 14YO #AcidAttack victim

The trauma suffered by the girl-child was immense both physically and mentally making her suicidal but Bollywood actors Kriti Sanon and Varun Dhawan change her mindset.

#NEPAL: Gender-based violence is rife in South Africa and also India, Muskan, a 14-year-old girl was the victim of a acid attack recently by two boys.

Muskan, a 14-year-old student from Nepal was allegedly attacked by two boys of her own school and is now undergoing treatment at a hospital. The trauma suffered by the girl-child was immense both physically and mentally. The teenager had almost given up on her will to live after the incident and wanted to end her life.

But thanks to a tweet that reached her favourite actors, Kriti Sanon and Varun Dhawan she has renewed her will to fight move forward.

The tweet stated,

Muskan, A 14 year old #AcidAttack victim from #Nepal, she was attacked by 2 boys from her own school because she was good at her studies. After looking at her face she lost hope in life and wanted to die but thanks to @kritisanon & @Varun_dvn she has got new hope in life.

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After learning about the tragedy that struck the teenager, Kriti Sanon did a video call with her from Mehboob Studio, which was a surprise for Muskan. The call made a world of a difference and lifted the spirits of the teenager instantly.

In a video of the call shared by the user, the girl can be heard saying “I like you” to Kriti, and the actress replies: “I love you”.

The actress also advised the girl to take good care of herself and focus on her studies after she recovers. Kriti also encouraged the girl by saying she can achieve a lot in her life. Calling Muskan a “very brave girl”, Kriti said: “Promise me that you will take very good care of yourself”.

Soon after Kriti Sanon’s call was made, Sanon chatted to Varun Dhawan who also shared a beautiful message for Muskan.

In the video, Varun says: “Hi Muskan. How are you? Kriti told me about you and I decided to get in touch with you. You are doing a great job. Keep resting and keep getting better. I am sure you will be back in good health very soon. I want you to go back and study, chase that passion of yours because I have heard that you love to study. Please go back, study hard, work hard and make your parents proud. You will get better soon. When you recover and get healthy, please try to come and meet me face to face. Loads of love for you!” Varun signed off with a flying kiss.

Watch it here

Varun then tweeted this sweet message to the girl.


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