Hazel Keech can now breathe easily after nose surgery, thanks to Yuvraj Singh’s mother
Hazel Keech, who is best known for her role in Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan starrer Bodyguard, recently went off social media for nearly a month. Although the actress and wife of cricketer Yuvraj Singh didn’t continue working in Bollywood, she kept everyone updated about her life through her Instagram account. However, since the last one month, Hazel’s absence from the became a matter of concern for her fans and well-wishers. But, today, in a long, heartwarming post, Hazel revealed why she was away from social media. The actress shared that she was suffering from a chronic ailment and underwent nose surgery recently. Sharing a picture with her caring mother-in-law, Shabnam Singh, Hazel thanked her for taking her to the hospital on time.
“I’ve not posted in a while so i thought i would fill you in on where Ive been hiding (those of you who were wondering)… A month ago i had a surgery to fix my nose- for as long as i can remember ive struggled to breath through my nose, although not a serious health issue, a chronic one that i just learnt to live with…
Lucky enough for me it annoyed my mother-in-law so much that she finally took me to a hospital, ?? because of which we came to know just how much internal damage there was and understood the problem! So thanks to her I have a new nose??(internally) and for the first time in my life i can now breath freely and easily,” Keech stated.
She went on to add, “Due to the surgery i’ve not been active or able to exercise yet, so I’ve put on some weight hence staying away from social media! But fuck it, here i am, better than ever, breathing happily, all thanks to my mother in law who’s receiving blessings from me every day because finally, finally, I CAN BREATHE!!!!
It goes to show you, you never know what can lead to where, the things we live with and consider “normal” and sometimes it takes annoying someone to have the best outcome!!!! Love you Shabo! Happy belated mothers day.” (sic)
It is good to know that her mom-in-law stood by her like a strong pillar and got her timely medical treatment. Here’s hoping that Hazel is all hale and hearty now.