Lock Upp Women's Day special: Contestants moved to tears hearing tales of acid attack survivors, Karanvir Bohra salutes their courage

    In the Women's Day special episode Lock Upp contestants were greeted by acid attack survivors whose stories moved them to tears.


    Kangana Ranaut ’s show Lock Upp had special guests greeting the inmates on the Women’s Day special episode of the show. The contestants were be joined by acid attack survivors who narrated their tales of survival on the show and moved these locked-up celebrities to tears.

    Sharing the horrifying tales of how they were attacked with acid one of the survivors told how a neighbor who wouldn’t quit bothering her one day attacked her and threw acid on her. Another survivor was attacked with acid by her own sibling. A third one revealed how 15 days before her wedding a minor attacked her with acid after brutally pulling her hair.

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    The stories moved the Lock Upp contestants to tears. Sara Khan and Nisha Rawal seen wiping off her tears after hearing these survival tales, Payal Rohatgi too was seen with a shocked expression on her face. Sara was also seen hugging one of the survivors in the promo who couldn’t stop her tears while her story was being shared.

    Karanvir Bohra on hearing these tales of courage and survival of acid attack victims saluted their courage and also asked them what they were looking for in the future. They survivors humbly said that all they were looking for was love and acceptance and nothing more.

    Lock Upp itself is not immune to tales of survivors Saisha Shinde revealed recently on the show how she was mentally abused by her former boyfriend. Poonam Pandey similarly shared how for four years her husband Sam Bombay physically abused and threatened her.

    Lock Upp is a digital reality show hosted by Kangana Ranaut while Karan Kundrra is the jailer on the show. The show began with 16 controversial celebrities who have to survive challenging tasks to stay immune from jail time and eviction. Swami Chakrapani was the first contestant to get evicted from the show last week.