Jacqueline Fernandez rushed to hospital, suffers a severe eyed injury on the sets of Race 3

March 23, 2018

Jacqueline Fernandez, who has been shooting for Race 3 in Abu Dhabi, has got hospitalized due to severe eye injury. She was enjoying some me-time playing squash in between shots where the ball hit her hard right in the eye. A source reveals from the sets of Race 3, “Jacqueline was immediately rushed to the hospital. Her eye didn’t stop bleeding. She is currently under observation and will be discharged only after the doctors treat her eye.”

Jacqueline was expected return with Salman Khan and Daisy Shah for the mega Da-Bangg Reloaded Tour concert that is going to happen tomorrow. But now she is supposed unable to perform with this sudden eye injury.

Jackie has been obsessed with squash and does not leave a chance to play. We can see her love for the game in her posts in which she shares videos enjoying the game and calls it a fun way to workout.

On the work front, Jacqueline has been receiving backlash from the fans for Ek Do Teen remake from upcoming film Baaghi 2. The makers of film Tezaab were unhappy and choreographer of the original song was expected despondent too. However, choreographer Saroj Khan is happy with it, she said, “Jacqueline was immediately rushed to the hospital. Her eye didn’t stop bleeding. She is currently under observation and will be discharged only after the doctors treat her eye. There was no question of legal action. There is no competition here and there should be no comparison as every individual is different. There’s no question of which version is better as the new song is a tribute to the original team of “Ek Do Teen”. The entire Baaghi 2 team has worked very hard on it.”

While Alia Bhatt and Shahid Kapoor were hospitalized too. Alia met with an accident during shooting for an action scene on the sets of Brahmastra in Bulgaria. She is said to have damaged her ligament and is on bed rest for the next few weeks. Whereas, Shahid is said to be under a severe pain due to some infection in his throat.

By: Anurag Panchal

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