Lock Upp: Anjali reveals she attempted suicide; Kangana Ranaut remembers wanting to run from home at the age of 8

    Lock Upp: Anjali reveals she attempted suicide; Kangana Ranaut remembers wanting to run from home at the age of 8

    While contestants reveal their secrets every week on Lock Upp’s judgment day to save themselves from elimination, every now and then host Kangana Ranaut also shares her past experiences.

    Lock Upp: Anjali reveals she attempted suicide; Kangana Ranaut remembers wanting to run from home at the age of 8

    Every week we learn something new about the contestants of Ekta Kapoor’s reality show Lock Upp when they share an unknown secret about themselves. Last time Munawar Faruqui revealed that he was sexually assaulted for 4-5 long years as a child. His story moved actress and host Kangana Ranaut , who also shared that when she was younger, a boy from her town inappropriately touched her. Well, in last night’s judgment day episode, Anjali Arora shared her secret with the contestants and host.

    The social media influencer revealed that once when she was a student of class 11th, she bunked tuitions and went to a nearby cafe with her batch mates. Her brother’s friend saw her and informed him about it. Anjali’s brother, who was very protective of her, walked up to her and slapped her in front of everybody. He then told their father, who also slapped her, locked her up and barred her from leaving the house. Anjali revealed, “I then drank phenyl and closed the door. My brother had to break it open.”

    Kangana was shocked to hear this and told Anjali that she is sending out the wrong message with her story. The actress shared that she understands what the latter went through and recalled her own childhood experience in north India. Kangana shared, “I had had so many fights with my cousins because they would come and report at my house about where I went and how I behaved, even though he had nothing to do with our family.” The actress further revealed, “I first packed my bags and wanted to run away from my home at the age of eight. Everyone has such thoughts but only weak and coward people act upon them.”

    Kangana explained that what Anjali did was not right and to think that her family corrected their ways after she attempted suicide is also wrong. The host went on to tell her that she’s lucky to be alive. At the end of the episode, no contestant was eliminated from Kangana’s Lock Upp.

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