[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RVsPCrPyrE&feature=youtu.be[/embed] ‘I am brave. I am beautiful,’ says acid attack brave heart Reshma Banoo Qureshi, when she was interviewed by Humans of Bombay recently. Her story is not only inspiring, but also a harsh reality check on our government and its abandonment of acid attack victims. Shouldn't there be a means by which such victims can rebuild their lives? Reshma was only 17 when her sister’s soon-to-be divorced husband and his friends forcefully poured acid on her. They disfigured her physically, mentally and emotionally. But that didn’t deter the feisty girl from picking up her pieces and showing the world what a determined Naari can do. Her message to all the girls out there is to not give up ever. Because when a girl decides to something, she does it damn well. Just when the government had washed its hands off the girl, she found incredible support and love from an NGO- Make Love Not Scars. The gutsy girl wants to make a difference and set an example for other victims. You go, girl!