Friday, December 07, 2012 17:29 IST
In spite of suffering an injury on her knee, Rani won't stop rehearsing for her upcoming dance act at an awards gala
Well, they say no pain, no gain. Apparently, Rani Mukerji is having to withstand excruciating pain in her leg in order to complete her rehearsals for an upcoming film, after she sustained an injury.
The actress is supposed to travel to Indonesia for this awards function. However, to make sure that no one else in the team suffers a delay due to her injury, Rani is continuing with her rehearsal routine.
A source says, `Rani's Indonesia act is to take place in a few days. She was practising for her act when she injured herself in her right knee. Since then she has been suffering from immense pain, so much so that she
was even wailing for a while.`
The actress is apparently taking pains in ensuring that she does not put pressure on her right leg. The source says, `Rani has given her word to be there in Indonesia. She won't cancel now. She is in no mood to stop
her practice sessions and will take care of her knee once her performance is over.`
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