Being a celebrity comes with its own pros and cons. While having millions of people that love you and look after you is a blessing, there’s a small set of unwanted, unnecessary negative that comes along. Something very similar is also the case of Bigg Boss 13’s Himanshi Khurana. The Punjab Ki Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is neck-deep into her music video shoots these days; however, the most recent one turned out to be a little nightmarish for her. But that certainly hasn’t affected Himanshi’s spirit.
Taking to her Instagram story, the Kalla Sohna Nai star shared the scary incident that she witnessed last night. As per Himanshi, someone stabbed the tyres of her car in a village at Chandigarh, where she was present for a shooting. Himanshi further warned whosoever did it by saying that such petty things won’t stop or scare her, while also wishing the notorious person good luck for next time. “Last night someone stabbed d tyres of my car on the shoot at a village near Chandigarh,” wrote Himanshi.
She added, "Ki socheya c tussi.. Mainu khajjal karunge.. tussi eh chotiyaan chijjan kar k mainu kam karn to ni rok sakde na mainu dra skde o.. better luck for d next tym (What did you think.. you will harass me? You can’t stop me by doing such small-minded things; neither can you scare me… Better luck for the next time)”
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Meanwhile, in a conversation with ET, Khurana revealed how Sushant's demise affected her health. She was quoted as saying, "With him, the thing is he had this magical aura which everyone could relate to. So, when he passed away everyone we all connected with him as if we all knew him personally. I was in a state of shock, I could get thoughts about him from mind. I simply kept thinking what wrong must have happened with him. It affected my health, my blood pressure level dropped."
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