Helly Shah Faints On The Sets Of Sufiyana Pyaar Mera

Long hours of work have taken a toll on Helly Shah’s health. The Sufiyana Pyaar Mera actress fainted on the sets of her show, as she shot for 15-16 hours continuously

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Helly Shah Faints On The Sets Of Sufiyana Pyaar Mera
While Star Bharat viewers must be enjoying Helly Shah's double role in her ongoing show, Sufiyana Pyaar Mera, let us tell you that the hard work which the actress is putting in the double treat is not agreeing with her health. Helly has been shooting for 15-16 hours a day. This has taken a toll on her health as it has become a bit ‘two’ much for her to handle. Result? Well, the actress collapsed on the sets of the show, a few days back. 


According to Bombay Times, the actress, who plays Saltanat and Kaynaat on the show, almost fainted on the sets three days ago, owing to sheer exhaustion. She has been advised rest for a few days, forcing the makers to continue the shoot with a body double.

Helly confirmed the reports and elaborated on her health condition, “I was diagnosed with viral infection; working for 15 hours every day has taken a toll on my health. Though it is a great opportunity to play a double role, I was suffering from exhaustion. I could not even afford to take a day off since I was required for almost every scene. Finally, my body gave up. The production house was kind enough to let me rest it out. Since we don’t have a bank of episodes, we feel guilty to even ask for a weekly off. I hope that the issue is resolved soon, and all of us get time to unwind from our gruelling schedules.”

Meanwhile, there was also buzz that the actress has requested the production house if they can get away with one of the two roles she plays. However, Helly denied any such development and said, “No, those are just rumours. I am okay playing both the roles.”


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