Chethana Raj’s tragic demise after a plastic surgery; actress Sanjana Burli says, “we can never judge others’ choice”

Puttakkana Makkalu actress Sanjana Burli reacted to the untimely death of young budding actress Chethana Raj, who reportedly passed away after undergoing plastic surgery at a private hospital in Bengaluru.

Sharing her views in a quick chat with ETimes TV, the actress said, “When I heard about the news of a budding actress who passed away after opting for a particular surgery, I was actually shocked. I was startled and felt very bad. I am still in a state of a question mark to know what actually happened there.”
She added, “I am still trying to analyse the mindset of the young actress. Maybe she felt that she would have a better career after getting the surgery done. If that’s the case, then it’s awful that her life ended in a tragic manner. You never know, she would have had a better future post her fat-free surgery. But whatever has happened right now is actually very heartbreaking. This should not have happened.”

Having mentioned that, Sanjana also added, ” Also, the cosmetic or plastic surgery industry has grown immensely over the years. It has turned out to be a successful one. Not just celebs, there are many people who opt for it. There are many incidents that are successful as well. At the same time, there are concerns regarding opting for plastic surgery. I feel it depends on the individual, their health concerns and history.”

On the other hand, Sanjana also feels that it is an individual’s choice to decide on shaping their looks the way they wish to.
“I personally feel that it’s a personal choice of an individual to decide on any sort of body transformation they need. Everyone has the freedom to choose what is best for them. Some choose the natural way, some choose the artificial way. Also, there will be people who will work on gaining their dream look by opting for both ways. I believe we should never judge others’ decisions. It’s completely their freedom and right,” shared the actress.

Sanjana further summed up by saying, “Having said that, I would never opt for a body transformation or anything of that sort artificially. I am very content and believe in accepting myself the way I am. Again, it’s my personal choice. This is how I choose to be myself.”

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