‘Saath Nibhaana Saathiya’ actress Devoleena Bhattacharjee recovering from backbone surgery

Actress Devoleena Bhattacharjee who is popularly known for her role ‘Gopi Bahu’ in Saath Nibhana Saathiya is in pain in real life. The actress had complained of pain in the back over the last few days and when this pain became unbearable, she showed it to the doctor immediately. Here the doctor advised her surgery.

And here is a good news for the fans of Devoleena that she is recovering from a minor surgery on her back. She is expected to resume shooting for the show from Tomorrow.

Devoleena reportedly met with an accident on the set of the popular show in 2013 and injured her back. She was suffering since some time now, the doctors advised surgery. She was admitted to Nanavati Hospital. After taking a break for over a week in June, she will return to the set on Wednesday, says a source.

Devoleena is recovering fast and should get better before the stipulated period of 15 days bed rest. She told us, “It was a minor treatment and I’m recovering. Actually I never wanted to be in headlines for this. I have been getting lots of love, care and pampering messages on my social media by my fans. They are really kind.”

Popularly known as ‘Gopi Bahu’, the actress said acting was not a planned move. “Everything I got in my life came to me as a surprise. Acting was actually not pre-planned. It just happened and when I look at myself today… I feel like it was a hidden talent inside me which I explored at the right time in my life.

“Showbiz has given me everything. The most precious gift I got from showbiz are my fans and they keep me motivated,” she said.

Devoleena made her television debut with the show “Sawaare Sabke Sapne Preeto” as Bani. Though she is unable to speak in Hindi she was lucky enough to replace Jiya Manek in the hit Star Plus show ‘Saath Nibhana Saathiya’. She gained much recognition for her performance and established herself as an actress in TV as iconic ‘Gopi Bahu’.

We wish a Speedy recovery for Devoleena to get well soon.

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