Last year in the month of November, Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel embraced parenthood as she gave birth to a baby boy. And ever since that day she has been flooding her Twitter account with adorable clicks of the little one.
While Rangoli has been sharing Prithvi’s picture on her social media for quite some time but it is for the first time that she has shared a picture of her bundle of joy with her sister Kangana Ranaut. The caption of the picture read, “Massi and kiddie !!!! 😍😍😘😘♥♥”
In the picture, while Kangana is seen holding Prithvi in her hands and planting a kiss on his cheek, the four-months-old munchkin, on the other hand, is all smiles and seems to be having a good time with his masi.
Check out the picture right here:

Rangoli became a proud mother on November 16, 2017, and named her little one Prithvi Raj. She took it to her Twitter account to announce about the same by sharing an adorable picture with her newborn. Welcoming her baby into the world, she wrote, “Dear friends meet our son Prithvi Raj Chandel.”

Other than that, she even shared a collage of her baby boy with a caption, “My little munchkin!!!!”

Rangoli has been the biggest support to her sister Kangana. During the entire Hrithik-Kangana’s public spat, it was only Rangoli who had been by her side in the tough battle. She left no stone unturned to defend her sister wherever needed.

On the work front, Kangana is currently busy prepping up for her first project as a producer, a biopic on Rani Laxmibai titled Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi, in which she is also enacting the lead role. Other than that, the actress has also has started work on Ekta Kapoor’s upcoming film ‘Mental Hai Kya’ opposite Rajkummar Rao.

Earlier, in an interview with a leading daily, Kangana revealed about her decision on working in the film, ‘Mental Hai Kya’. She said, “The way my life unfolded in the past few years, I realised there was so much stigma attached to being different. ‘Mental’ or ‘psycho’ were the terms used to shame me, but these can’t be used casually as swear words. When this script came along, I knew I had to do it to break the stigma around it. High time we made individuality aspirational.”

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