“I Wish You Died The Moment You Were Born”, Said Rakhi Sawant’s Mother To Her Because Of Mika Singh
Somehow Bollywood actresses Rakhi Sawant always finds herself landing in controversies. From hilarious paparazzi moments to insensitive social media posts and bold remarks, she is one true entertainer.
She always makes her way to news headlines from time to time. In an interview with an entertainment portal, Rakhi Sawant revealed her struggle at home before joining the industry. She said that she had to run away from home and that her family doesn’t accept her to this day. Her uncles and family members think that she will be a bad influence on their daughters.
She revealed, “In our family, it was like Balika Vadhu. Running away from home and joining the film industry was my only option. Today, my father will be proud of me… Thank God I took this decision because I have become what I am today. My family doesn’t accept me, till today. They don’t talk to my mom. My uncle, my entire family. They think that because I ran away, their daughters will also run away.”
She also talked about her controversy with singer Mika Singh. For the unversed, in 2006, Rakhi was in the party of Mika Singh’s birthday. The incident saw Mika Singh forcibly kissed Rakhi. She then filed a molestation case against him. Mika said that it was Rakhi who initiated the kiss.
Recalling this incident, she said that her father used to beat her mother because of this controversy. “People always tell me I’m an attention seeker. Guys, I am not an attention seeker. The media loves me… There was a time when my mother told me, ‘What is this, your controversies? I wish you died the moment you were born.’ This happened after my family turned on my mother, after my incident with Mika Singh. My father used to beat my mom. I told her, ‘Nobody is going to give me a crown the moment I enter Bollywood, let me struggle, give me freedom. I am not Amitabh Bachchan or Anil Kapoor’s daughter. I haven’t even gone to high school’,” Rakhi added.
Rakhi Sawant was born in an orthodox family of Uttar Pradesh in 1978. She launched her own political party to contest elections. She then joined the Republican Party of India.