MUMBAI, INDIA - MAY 23: Acid attack victim Lalita Ben Bansi marries with Ravi Shankar at Thane Registration office, on May 23, 2017 in Thane, India. In 2012, Lalita Ben Bansi was attacked with acid by her cousin, who threw it on her over a minor argument. 5 years and 17 surgeries later, she tied the knot with 27-year-old Ravi Shankar. Shankar works as a CCTV operator at a private firm in Kandivali and owns a petrol pump in Ranchi. We will decide whether to settle in Mumbai or Ranchi depending on what Lalita wants, says Shankar. (Photo by Praful Gangurde/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

An acid attack survivor found her happily ever this week in India, five years after her face was severely disfigured by her cousin.
Lalita Ben Bansi married Ravi Shankar at the Thane registration office near Mumbai on May 23. The couple met when she accidentally dialed the wrong number, and the bride credits her new hubby for helping her believe in love again.
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“I didn’t know a wrong number would set everything right in my life,” Bansi said, according to British newspaper Metro. “I am feeling very happy. I had never thought that I would ever get married. He has a big heart and a beautiful mind.”
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In 2012, the 26-year-old underwent 17 surgeries after her cousin threw acid on her following a minor argument. But that didn’t stop Shankar from falling head over heels.
“I had to …