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“Don’t touch me, I am a celebrity now,” Ranu Mondal warns a fan who wanted a selfie with her

We give out our devotion when we see a celebrity and it is because we admire them for their contribution to society and praise them for their acting skills. This is all from the fans’ perspective. On the other side of the coin, when a celebrity sees the fans, s/he loves them for their unwavering support.

Stories of celebrities not batting an eye on fans’ critics are many. However, things can go really wrong when a celebrity stoops to the lowest level only to treat a fan like trash. This is what happened to an unknown woman who got to take a selfie with Ranu Mondal.

Do you remember the woman from Ranaghat Railway Station in West Bengal who took the Bollywood fraternity by storm after she sang Lata Mangeshkar’s popular song ‘Ek pyaar ka nagma hai’ in a melodious voice? Ranu Mondal became an overnight sensation after her scintillating performance of the song from Shor went viral in no time on all social media platforms.

Needless to say, she defamed her reputation by treated her fan harshly. The video of Ranu Mondal talking rudely to a woman is doing the rounds on the internet. The least that the woman expected from Ranu Mondal was to click a selfie with her for the very beautiful moment.

But Ranu Mondal was definitely not a happy woman when a fan touched her to get a selfie. “Don’t touch me, I’m a celebrity now,” Ranu Mondal reacted in an angry manner.

Watch the video below:

Ranu Mondal became popular after the video clip of her singing a song was shared on Facebook and millions of fans watched the video as it got around 4 million views and 60k shares. The video received plenty of great comments too, which goes to show the power of social media. An unknown person can become a famous celebrity and that is what happened in Ranu Mondal’s case.

Earlier, she used to spend most of her time at the Railway Station singing with heartwarming voice and hoping for passersby to give her some money for her performance.

Written by TheYouth team

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