Sarah Khan reveals why she was admitted to hospital

By: News Desk      Published: 01:17 PM, 27 Apr, 2021
Sarah Khan reveals why she was admitted to hospital

Pakistani actress Sarah Khan solved the mystery of her hospital picture shared by her husband Falak Shabbir by calling it a ‘typhoid plus migraine’ ailment.

In an interview with BBC, Sarah dived deep into revealing fragments of her personal and work life.

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Sarah revealed that she was not feeling well lately. After she landed in Lahore from Turkey she came straight to Karachi and immediately started shooting for her new project. 

However, one afternoon Sarah had a massive migraine attack. She was also going through the ailment of typhoid at that point. 

This caused Sarah to take a trip to the hospital during which a picture was taken of Sarah lying helplessly on the hospital bed.

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As soon as it was shared on social media without disclosing the reason of Sarah’s hospital visit the fans were left speculating. 

This mystery was solved by Sarah in the BBC interview.

Sarah said: “I was in fact quite sick and people thought I was in Turkey. We were actually back from Turkey, after landing in Lahore I came back to Karachi and was on the shoot for my new project. It was an afternoon and I had a severe migraine attack and also had typhoid with a few other ailments. But I felt so much happy to see the fans concerned about my health and to see them praying is a blessing”

Here is the interview for you:

Sarah Khan is also known as Sarah Falak is a 28-year-old Pakistani actress. She tied the knot with 35-year-old Pakistani singer and songwriter Falak Shabbir in July 2020.

Sarah Falak is proclaimed to be a Pakistani star due to portrayal of excellent acting skills in many Pakistani blockbuster serials including: Sabaat, Mohabbat Aag Si, Bela poor ki daain and Nazr-e-bad.

Sarah is being very much appreciated for her current project: Raqs-e-Bismil.