Aasiya Kazi, who essays the character of Sharda in Sony SAB Tenali Rama, has been missing from the sets for a few days due to her ill health. The actress, who has been suffering from shoulder pain was advised by a doctor to rest. Hence, Aasiya, with the permission of the production house, had decided to pay attention to her health and was not reporting to the sets, for quite some day.
However, a telecast issue has brought the actress back in action and Aasiya was recently spotted on the sets. ALSO READ Tenali Rama's Krishna Bhardwaj: 'I Was Scared That My Hair Will Never Come Back Due To Excessive Shaving'- EXCLUSIVE
When we contacted Aasiya to know about her rejoining the show, the actress said, "I shot yesterday because of the telecast issue. I might continue shooting like this in between when there's a telecast issue until I get recovered properly. The production house has always been very supportive, so I will do my best to shoot whenever there is any need." ALSO READ Balika Vadhu Actress Aasiya Kazi: 'Hairdressers Go Numb When I Untie My Hair, They Feel Stressed'- EXCLUSIVE
Talking about her health which has disturbed her routine, Aasiya said, "There is a problem with my shoulder and left hand for more than 7 years and recently it has become bad but still I continued the shoot for a week. And when it got worse, I requested the production to give half a day off to visit the doctor and the scary part was that the doctor said the pain is severe and I should not be moving my neck or hand. Along with heavy dosage of medicines, he prescribed rest. Thus, I requested the production house to give me a few days off from the shoot and as always they were very supportive. They accepted and gave this short break and now I am on medication. Also, the medications make me drowsy and my face and eyes are bloated and swollen, so obviously I can't shoot like this. I am resting now. Hopefully, I feel better soon, it's been 2-3 days since I have been on medicine but recovery is slow but I hope that I recover soon and start shooting."
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