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Sanjeeda Sheikh gets ‘injured’ on ‘Power Couple’

Actress Sanjeeda Sheikh, who is currently seen with her husband and actor Aamir Ali on TV show “Power Couple”, is said to have got injured while performing a task.

By: IANS | Mumbai |
February 12, 2016 7:07:28 pm
Sanjeeda Sheikh, Power Couple, Power Couple news, Sanjeeda Sheikh news, Sanjeeda Sheikh power couple, tv news “While performing the task, Sanjeeda suffered a serious injury when she cut her hand and started bleeding profusely,” said a source from the set.

Actress Sanjeeda Sheikh, who is currently seen with her husband and actor Aamir Ali on TV show “Power Couple”, is said to have got injured while performing a task.

The upcoming episodes, wherein couples will take part in the “Bezubaan Ishq” task, the men will be seen going parasailing as their partners will be on a boat, enacting names of movies which they have to guess.

“While performing the task, Sanjeeda suffered a serious injury when she cut her hand and started bleeding profusely,” said a source from the set.

“However, the injury didn’t stop her from giving her best and she completed the task,” the source added.

Meanwhile, Aamir was seen sceptical to participate in the task when he knew they had to parasail as “he has a phobia of water and heights”.

“But even he let go of his fears for his wife and performed well,” the source said.

“Power Couple”, aired on Sony Entertainment Television, is an adaptation of Israel-based reality show by the same name.

The participating couples undergo tasks, which test them mentally and physically.

Apart from the couple, the show also features Vindu Dara Singh-Dina, Salil Ankola-Ria Banerjee, Shawar Ali-Marsela and Naved Jaffrey-Sayeeda.

The show is hosted by Bollywood couple Arbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora Khan.

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