Rishina Kandhari is not the one to frown even when in pain. The strong woman that she is, recently when she got injured on the sets of "Aye Mere Humsafar", she did not lose that smile from her face, while the whole set panicked.
Sharing the incident, she said, "I was just getting ready for my shot, when a glass fell on my hand. I did not realise how bad it was until my hair and makeup stylist started shouting blood. Blood was literally oozing out of my pinkie. They ran around the whole set saying 'mam ko chot lag gayi', while I was in my room, my finger was numb and I honestly did not feel any pain." Also read:Teacher’s Day 2019: TV Actors Rishina Kandhari, Roshni Walia, Siddharth Nigam Call Their Veteran Colleagues Their Acting Schools
A glass penetrated inside her small finger and there was a deep wound, she was given immediate medical treatment and has a dressing on her finger. She even got a tetanus injection. Well, the production house rewarded her with a chocolate, because she did not make a big fuss about the whole situation, and was as gentle as a lamb. Also read: Holi 2020: Sharad Malhotra, Jasmin Bhasin, And Mohit Malhotra Share Which Celebrity They Want To Play Holi With
"Thankfully, because of the COVID situation, there is a doctor available on the set all the time, so I got immediate medical treatment. My producers even sent a chocolate for me, because I was a good girl and did not cry," she added.
The "Ek Villain" actress further reveals that she got hurt even while shooting for Diya Aur Baati Hum but that was while performing a stunt.
"I don't cry easily, actually I was laughing throughout, because I have got hurt before. I was playing a cop in Diya Aur Baati Hum and did not use a body double, so I got hurt while performing a stunt, but this was actually getting hurt while doing nothing. It cracked me up," Rishina concluded.
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