Bhagyashree recalls ‘miserable’ phase when she could not move her right hand: ‘I couldn’t even brush my teeth or comb my hair’

Bollywood actor Bhagyashree says that she determined to concentrate on health after she went via some significantly troubling well being points. The star who immortalised her function as Suman within the 1989 movie Maine Pyar Kiya with Salman Khan, revealed that there was a time in her life when she couldn’t transfer her proper hand, resulting from immense ache.

Chatting with Hindustan Occasions, Bhagyashree mentioned that she by no means lets the ‘youngster in her’ subside and it retains her youthful. Speaking about her well being points that pushed her to health, she mentioned, “I had a serious well being challenge the place I couldn’t transfer my proper hand in any respect. I went via immense ache. Now once I consider these days once I fought to get my hand again to motion, I merely get impressed.”

She added, “That one yr once I couldn’t even brush my enamel or comb my hair was actually depressing. And God forbid, I by no means wish to get again to that ever so all my focus is on my well being.”

Bhagyashree is the mom of actors Abhimanyu and Avantika Dassani. Abhimanyu, who made his debut with Mard Ko Dard Nahin Hota, has starred in a number of initiatives after the comedy together with Meenakshi Sundareshwar and the latest Nikamma. Then again, Avantika made her performing debut with the thriller Mithya.

Bhagyashree mentioned as her kids have grown up and at the moment are pursuing their careers, she will be able to take pleasure in performing far more. She talked about she is presently studying scripts for OTT platforms. Bhagyashree, who’s presently judging the dance actuality present DID Tremendous Mothers, added that her OTT debut ought to ‘be totally different’ from what she has finished earlier than. “Taking part in a central character is unquestionably not on my thoughts however sure, it ought to be a pivotal function that the viewers remembers for a very long time,” she mentioned.

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