Bigg Boss 14: Sara Gurpal On Injuries In Task, 'Nishant Singh Malkhani Burnt Abhinav Shukla's Face By Spraying Insect Killer'- EXCLUSIVE

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Sara Gurpal, who turned out to be the first contestant who got evicted from Bigg Boss 14 house, also faced an eye injury during one of the tasks. The singer- actress' eyes were hurt by Nikki Tamboli's acrylic nails after which she had to go under medical observation. The incident was not highlighted in the episode. However, Sara has no issue with that.

In fact, while talking to us, Sara mentioned that not just her but Abhinav Shukla and Shehzad Deol were also badly injured in the task. ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 14: Just Like Sara Gurpal, Shehzad Deol's Injury Was Also Edited Out From The Episode?

Talking to exclusively Sara said, "I really don't have any qualms that they didn't show my injury in the episode. As production was taking care of me really well. On time medical treatment was provided to me. Doctors were making visits from time to time. Medication and injection was given to me. They must have avoided showing it because when such things are shown, unnecessary negativity is attracted. Our families get disturb and feel stressed. If they would have not taken care of me, I would have complained but they took care of me very well." ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 14: EXCLUSIVE Pics Of Sara Gurpal's Injured Eyes; Actress Hurt By Nikki Tamboli's Acrylic Nails

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Sara, who is still taking treatment for her eyes, also shared the difficulties she has to face due to it. "It's actually still very bad. I can't read things on my phone. And that is because of the medicines which I have to put in my eyes to cure cornea. I get a blurred vision of things. I am under observation first they are trying to treat cornea, post that they will come on vision. Ek actor ke liye uske face aur aakhon se important kuch bhi nahi."

She also added how few housemates took care of her during this tough time.

"When I was struggling with my injury, Rubina, Abhinav, Eijaz and Shehzad really helped me a lot. I couldn't open my eyes because there used to be too much puss in my eyes. So, they used to put drops after which also I had to wait for 15 more minutes to open my eyes. It was so bad," added Sara.

Sara got hurt by co-contestant Nikki Tamboli's acrylic nails but as per the actress Nikki wasn't guilty about it at all. "While performing the task many people put a lot of harmful stuff right from bathroom cleaner to insect spray but at the end of the task everybody went to each other and apologized for doing that. But jisne meri aakhein kharab ki intentionally ya unintentionally, vo mere paas ek baar bhi nahi aayi sorry bolne ke liye. So, that was inhuman ki tum mein bilkul bhi insaaniyat naam ki chiz hi nahi hai. I went to the medical room 4-5 times but use koi farq nahi pada."

Not just Sara but Abhinav Shukla and Shehzad Deol were also injured in the same task. Talking about it Sara disclosed, "Shehzad and Abhinav both were injured. Abinav's entire skin of his forehead and under eye was burned because of bathroom cleaner. Nishant sprayed 4 bottles of mosquito replicant on his face and he became breathless. If we spray that in any room. We don't enter that room for at least 20 minutes and here it was on his face."

She added, "In Shehzad's case, he got unintentionally hurt which he also said. I think Rahul ki ungli lag gayi thi uske aakhon ke niche jiski wajah se it turned all blue. It was looking like someone has punched him. But luckily his eyes got saved. So, I just want to say do everything to win the task but don't hurt somebody physically. Bigg Boss bhi yahi bolte hain ki aap bal (physical strength) ka prayog nahi kar sakte. It is on the contestants how do they want to play but contestants samajhte hi nahi hai."

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