The newborn girl was found in the TRASH, the very next day there was a cool car at the hospital…

This story, which happened in the late 1990s in India, is as dramatic as Bollywood films. And just like these paintings, it has a traditional happy ending. Once a passerby found a newborn girl in a garbage container, he took her and took her to the hospital. The baby was incredibly exhausted, but the doctors managed to bring her back to life. The evening news broadcast on TV showed a story in which it was told about a child found in the trash.

As it turned out, this story touched the heart of a rich man. The very next morning after the news came out, a luxury car was parked outside the hospital. A man and his wife, who arrived in this car, wanted to adopt a girl. And they weren’t just rich people. It was Mithun Chakraborty and his wife Yogita Bali. Mithun Chakraborty is a talented and beloved Indian actor.

He starred in more than 350 films, and became famous in our country thanks to his participation in the legendary film “Disco Dancer”, which was released in the second half of the 1980s. But even if you don’t know anything about this picture, which triumphantly passed through all the cinemas of the country, you will begin to respect the actor for his noble deed. As it turned out, it was not easy to arrange adoption. The actor and his wife were forced to visit a number of instances, to withstand unrealistic paperwork and heavy bureaucracy.

But despite all these difficulties, less than a month later Mithun and Yogita brought the girl home. It would seem that there is nothing supernatural in the act of a famous actor, because stars often take foster children into their families and tell everyone about it at every opportunity. But Mithun Chakraborty did not PR – only the closest people knew about his act. At the time when this story happened, Mithun had already had a second marriage, and with his wife Yogita he was raising three sons.

Dishani – this is the name given to the adopted girl – became the only daughter in this family. She grew up in love and care, she was pampered more than her sons and she never felt like a stranger among these people. Now Dishani is 24 years old, she is incredibly beautiful and charming. The girl studies at the New York School of Acting and tries her hand as a model. And could it have been any other way, because Dishani grew up in a creative and enthusiastic family: mom, father, older brothers – they are all actors.

The playground for her children’s games often became a film set, when there were breaks between takes of her father’s paintings. It is not known who the real parents of the girl who left her to die among the garbage are. Shelter, poverty, hunger – like millions of orphans in India, this could be the fate of this poor baby. But she was lucky, and not even once: when a random passerby heard her crying and found her still alive, when doctors managed to get her out, and finally when she was taken into one of the most affluent and noble families in the country.

Mithun Chakraborty celebrated his 70th birthday in 2020. He considers his friendly family to be the source of his own vitality. It is worth saying that it is much easier for a person with his fate to understand the life of the poor than for people who grew up in satiety and prosperity. After all, Mithun was one of four children in a poor family, his father worked as an ordinary employee of a telephone company, and his mother was a housewife. On the way to fame and security, he changed many professions and even had trouble with the police..

Chakraborty became one of the richest people in India in the late 1990s, he founded the Monarch restaurant chain, bought a football club and a cricket team, and soon also a film studio. For the first time, Mithun Chakraborty published details about the appearance of his daughter in his family in 2017. Previously, although it was known that Dishani was adopted, but everyone believed that she was taken from an orphanage. Don’t you think that Dishani’s story is already a fully prescribed plot for a classic Indian film? But that’s just not a movie, but real life.

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