Rakhi Sawant is a well-known yet contentious name in the Indian film business. She’s been in the entertainment industry for a long time, and we’ve admired her for various reasons. Rakhi Sawant has done it all in her career, spanning more than 20 years, from reality programs to being a part of popular dance routines in blockbuster movies.

Rakhi Sawant is a model, Indian dancer, actress, and host of the talk show who has acted in several Hindi and a few Kannada, Marathi, Odia, Telugu, and Tamil films. She appeared on the first season of the Indian reality show Bigg Boss 1 and was a challenger and finalist on Bigg Boss 14. Rakhi Sawant appeared in Bigg Boss Marathi Season 4 lately.

Rakhi Sawant formed her political party, the Rashtriya Aam Party, led by Jai Shah, to run in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. However, she joined the Republican Party of India following the election (A).

Rakhi Sawant is an entertainer in the profession. She always captivates her followers and leaves them speechless. Rakhi Sawant constantly delivers hilarious situations that leave us speechless. She was recently observed feeling down, and she recorded a short video of herself mourning her mother, scroll down to see her emotional reel video.

Rakhi Sawant’s Reel Appearance

In the video, Rakhi Sawant has a melancholy expression. Her outfit was black and white. She wore her hair in the middle part with a straight, simple style. With pale pink nude lipstick, she applied her basic makeup. She is seen in the video making a sad face and displaying her clothes before drawing the camera closer to her face once more to display her face. The success mentor quote music she selects for the reel, read, “Zindagi me badi se badi musibat aa jaaye, kabhi himmat mat harna, kabhi rona mat, kabhi aasu mat bahana beta.”

Rakhi Sawant’s fan commented on her reel post, “mam don’t be sad Allah will do well.”

Watch: Rakhi Sawant's Emotional Video Missing Her Mom 760544

Rakhi Sawant’s Political Work

Rakhi Sawant left the Rashtriya Aam Party and entered the RPI (Athavale) party, expressing her intention to work for Dalits. Rakhi Sawant is the party’s state vice president and the women’s wing president.