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Gentle actress Yumna Zaidi tumbled down stairs during shooting of “Gentleman”

ISLAMABAD: Renowned Pakistani actress Yumna Zaidi, celebrated for her stellar performances in numerous television dramas, recently sent shockwaves through her fan base by sharing a chilling behind-the-scenes (BTS) video from her latest project, “Gentleman.”

The video captures a heart-stopping moment when Zaidi took a tumble from a perilous staircase during filming.

In “Gentleman,” Zaidi plays the role of journalist Zarnab, starring alongside the acclaimed actor Humayun Saeed. While her performance has been widely praised, it was this unexpected fall that grabbed headlines and sparked concern among fans.

Zaidi shared the harrowing BTS footage, which shows her losing her footing on the studio set’s treacherous stairs. The alarming incident has left fans worried about the safety of the cast during production.

Following the video’s release, social media was flooded with expressions of concern and prayers for Zaidi’s well-being. Fans remarked on the apparent danger of the stairs, noting their apprehension even while watching the drama’s promotional material.

In response to the outpouring of support, Zaidi reassured her fans, attributing her escape from injury to her belief in Sadqa, a form of voluntary charity in Islam.

Prominent figures from the entertainment industry, including model and actress Nadia Hussain, joined in extending their best wishes to Zaidi for her continued safety and success.

As the buzz around “Gentleman” continues to grow after its premiere, fans remain vigilant, hoping for no further mishaps on set and eagerly anticipating Zaidi’s captivating performance in the upcoming episodes.

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