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Nushrratt Bharuccha’s blood pressure falls to 65/55, wheeled into a hospital; Luv Ranjan’s film stalled – Exclusive! – Eagles Vine

Nushrratt Bharuccha has been very unwell since the past 7 days. The actress was barely able to stand or talk. She was rushed into a hospital directly from her film set. It was all happening at a film set and mind you, her parents did not know that she was in such a state until her journey to the hospital began.

The film in question is a Luv Ranjan film (being shot in a studio in Mumbai), which Nushrratt wants to keep under the wraps (until of course Ranjan makes a formal announcement). The filmmaker was shooting with Nushrratt very well for about 23-24 days until a very strong bout of vertigo struck Nushrratt. The shoot has been stalled for now, the balance cast of the project is also not shooting as presumably Nushrratt is in most scenes of the movie in question.

Nushrratt, when contacted, confirmed all this and further added, “The doctors diagnosed it as a vertigo attack which has perhaps happened due to stress. The pandemic has had a toll on everybody- emotionally, physically and financially.”

Adding to how it all unfolded, Nushrratt said, “I was staying in a hotel while shooting this film. The hotel was close to the set. In today’s times, I felt that this would be good as it would save the time I would take to reach the set from my house. One day, after about three weeks of shooting, I felt very weak and I excused myself from the shoot. I thought I would be okay in a day or so but the next day was equally bad. I reported on the set but a few minutes later, it all went spiralling downward. I could not do anything. They decided to rush me to Hinduja Hospital (Mumbai) and when I reached there, I was still worse. I needed a wheelchair to be taken upstairs. My blood pressure by then had dropped to 65/55.”

“By then, Mom and Dad had arrived at the hospital. The next 6-7 days were very bad. I did not get hospitalised; I am taking medicines at home. A full check-up has been done and I am okay. I have taken leave for about 7 days more from today. The doctor has advised 15 days of complete rest,” Nushrratt concluded.

We at ETimes wish Nushrratt a speedy and complete recovery.

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