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Rakhi Sawant breaks down into tears during her song launch 'Jhootha'; Watch Video

Rakhi Sawant, the pro max entertainer of the Bollywood industry was seen breaking down in tears while during her brand new song launch 'Jhootha'. Her videos goes viral on social media and the actress broke off while screaming about her ongoing tragedies she is facing from the last few months.

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Rakhi Sawant breaks down into tears during her song launch 'Jhootha'; Watch Video
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Rakhi Sawant, the pro max entertainer of the Bollywood industry was seen breaking down in tears while during her brand new song launch 'Jhootha'. Her videos goes viral on social media and the actress broke off while screaming about her ongoing tragedies she is facing from the last few months.

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Rakhi's New song titled 'Jhootha' is unveiled by the actress on Friday and the song is clearly inspired by her own sorrowful life. Rakhi penned the crowd with her clear message on the launch event. Miss Sawant screamed and kept her perception in front of media as well as people and shed tears due to her ongoing agony. She was seen keeping her worth in front of all and held the people responsible for trolling on her misery and making her feel more unworthy. "Main insaan nahi hoon kya" she asked in pain. She complained for people not understanding her issues and told even she dreams of getting married and settling down with her husband like a normal human being. "Log kahte hain, ‘Rakhi Sawant ko kaun dhoka de sakta hai. Rakhi Sawant ke sath kya bura ho sakta hai", she added in pain.


While her co-workers were seen comforting Rakhi and making her feel relaxed at the launch party, Rakhi couldn't hold herself back, but cry. Meanwhile, The actress shared a post of her song and wrote "One thing you can’t hide is when you’re crippled inside" with a broken heart emoji. 'Jhootha' sang by Altamash Faridi faetures Rakhi Sawant and Salman Shaikh.


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