Ahead of Cannes, Deepika Padukone again contracted Kovid-19, was taken to hospital in Hyderabad with BP problem: Producer of the project

reports that in between Deepika Padukone Taken to the hospital during the shoot of the project, the makers of the film have cleared the air. If reports are to be believed, Deepika complained of uneasiness on the sets of the film. of the project Which she is shooting in Hyderabad. The actress was reportedly taken to a hospital in the city where she underwent some basic diagnostic tests for BP-related issues. This news upset Deepika’s fans. While his team remained silent on the entire episode, the producer of the project opened up on the issue.

Producer of Project K Ashwini Dutt spoke to Deccan Chronicle and termed the speculations of Deepika going to the hospital as a ‘health hazard’. He told that Deepika is doing well and is shooting for her sequence in the film. “Earlier she was with Kovid, but after recovery she left for Europe. And straight from Europe, she landed on our film set. After a slight fluctuation in her BP, she went to the hospital for an hour for a routine check-up to ensure that everything is normal,” clarifies Dutt.

He termed Deepika a “true professional” after she joined the sets as soon as she returned from the hospital. was shooting with the actor Amitabh Bachchan,

One of the project is directed by Nag Ashwin. Dipika is opposite Prabhas in Mahanati fame directorial. Both will share the screen for the first time. Apart from the project, Deepika will also be seen in Pathan, in which she is seen working with Shah Rukh Khan for the third time. The two have previously shared screen space in Chennai Express and Happy New Year. he also has a fighter Hrithik Roshan,

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