Work comes first for Yami Gau­tam

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - AN­JURI NA­YAR SINGH

You may have read about ac­tors who con­tinue to pre­fer shoot­ing de­spite be­ing un­well, so that they don’t dis­turb the sched­ule or cause losses to the pro­ducer. Well, Yami Gau­tam (above) is one of them. The ac­tor was down with fever a night prior to a mag­a­zine shoot re­cently, but re­fused to post­pone it.

“Yami was not keep­ing well and was ad­vised by the doc­tor to rest for a few days be­fore re­sum­ing work. How­ever, her shoot for a mag­a­zine had been planned ear­lier. She didn’t want to go back on her word,” says a source close to the ac­tor.

Yami was also aware that a lot of peo- ple were in­volved in the shoot and she did not want to can­cel things last minute. “In fact, due to some tech­ni­cal glitches, the shoot went on for seven hours,” the source added.

Yami’s spokesper­son con­firmed the news and said, “She is very par­tic­u­lar about her work com­mit­ments.”

Re­cently, ac­tor Ka­reena Kapoor Khan con­tin­ued shoot­ing for her film de­spite los­ing her voice dur­ing a scene that re­quired her to shout. Ac­tor Amitabh Bachchan, too, did not halt the shoot for a film de­spite suf­fer­ing from ex­treme toothache.

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