Social media can be an unpredictable place for sure. It can create overnight sensations and sometimes it can pull someone down in an instant. The most recent example of the power of the internet was Ranu Mondal. The 59-year-old singer was discovered when she was singing at the railway station in Ranaghat, West Bengal and her video went viral on social media.
In the clip, Ranu can be seen at a supermarket where a female fan approached her for a selfie and held her hand. The singer got upset with this and was seen lashing out her and was heard saying 'yeh kya hota hai, what does this mean?'
Take a look at the video featuring Ranu Mondal:
Many users commented on the post and called out the singer for her approach. One comment reads, "Some people can't digest success. This female is one of them. The person who did so much to bring her to public eye.....if she could bypass his kindness.....of what consequence are others to her...."
Another one commented, "Ohh .. itna ghamand.. hum logo ne hi tume famouse Kiya madam. Or mint lagege hum hi niche patak denge."
A lot of people also tweeted about this. One such tweet reads, "Really sad we all twitterati supp her when her station vala video came see her behaviour after becoming celebrity Such insult of any fan is pathetic"
Really sad we all twitterati supp her when her station vala video came see her behaviour after becoming celebrity— Nandini Idnani (@idnani_nandini) November 4, 2019
Such insult of any fan is pathetic #RanuMondal @singh_harmeet84 https://t.co/8rQHcEijau
Here are some other tweets on the issue:
A #Fan Approached #RanuMondal (Ex Railway Station Begger) For A #Selfie, But Rice Bag #Convert Shows Her #Aukat » "Don't Touch Me, I Am A #Celebrity Now"!..#Note : Citizens Made Her Celebrity, Now See Her #Attitude!..🤷🏻♂️ pic.twitter.com/r1cToA3Tjk— Ashwath (@3DAshwath) November 5, 2019
This woman once earned her meal but touching someone and begging for help. Now that she has became a star of some sort is objecting to touching by a fan of hers. That the worst type of human being. #RanuMondal https://t.co/JWLs7jcPIK— Sameer (@Sameer_L) November 5, 2019
The singer shot to fame with Lata Mangeshkar's song Ek Pyaar Ka Nagma Hai, post which she got a chance to sing with Himesh Reshammiya for his film Happy Hardy and Heer.
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