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It has been over 25 years given a recover of Jo Jeeta Wahi Sikandar, though Ayesha Jhulka has some memorable memories associated to a film, for that she gave her best efforts and blood — literally.
In an talk with IANS, Ayesha removed how she met with an hapless collision while sharpened for a consummate of a Mansoor Khan directorial, that also featured Aamir Khan, Deepak Tijori and Deven Bhojani.
Ayesha, 45, pronounced she was sharpened in a track when a spike harmed her forehead.
“It was draining a lot and a sharpened was stopped. Everyone came using and Aamir was screaming and cheering during a mark boys to get ice. He put a large retard of ice on a wound and we could usually see his expressions and people around me,” Ayesha said.
Later, she was taken to a sanatorium and got stitches on her forehead.
“I got a medicine finished and was asked to take rest for 3 days, we was told that a blood would upsurge by my nose to my throat if we kept my conduct straight,” she said.
Because of her injury, Ayesha listened people articulate about how there would be a “big problem” if she wouldn’t be means to shoot.
However, Ayesha shot for a stage with a red top to censor her stitches.
“I told Mansoor that, ‘Don’t worry, we will shoot, only give me something to cover these stitches’. So they gave me a red cap. we used to keep my conduct adult only before a fire and give expressions. Everyone used to provoke me saying, ‘You have given blood for Jo Jeeta Wahi Sikandar’.”
The movie, that clocked 25 years given a recover in May this year, will be aired on cinema on Jan 1.