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Nushrratt Bharuccha Opens Up On Return From Israel Amid War Conditions

Bollywood diva Nushrratt Bharuccha, who recently went to Israel to attend the Haifa International Film Festival, has been stuck in the country and now has opened up on Social Media on her homecoming from the war hit conditions.

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Bollywood diva Nushrratt Bharuccha, who recently went to Israel to attend the Haifa International Film Festival, has been stuck in the country and now has opened up on Social Media on her homecoming from the war hit conditions.

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Israel is currently in distress after a conflict between them and Palestine began when multiple rockets were launched from different locations by Hamas. Soon after several reports of her going missing went viral, the actor's team came forward and informed days back that  Nushrratt has successfully reached airport area which is comparatively safer and soon she will be boarding flight out of Israel.

In a released statement by  Nushrratt on her social media accounts she says, "My producer, stylist and I had been flown in to Haifa in Israel, on October 3, to attend the reputed Haifa International Film Festival for the screening of our recent film, Akelli, alongside my Israeli co-actors, Tsahi Halevi and Amir Boutrous." On that day whole company explored places around the city and had a celebratory dinner. Further  actress said, "But Saturday morning was nothing like the previous evening's celebration. We were woken up to the deafening sounds of bombs going off, a blaring siren, and complete and utter panic as we were all rushed down into a ‘shelter’ in the basement of our hotel. It was only when we emerged from in there, after what seemed like an endless wait, that we learnt that Israel was under attack. Nothing could have prepared us for this news."

Actress thanks Government & embassies of both the countries, "I cannot be more grateful today...I'm back home and safe with my family and my loved ones. But with an experience that has made me immensely grateful for the safety and security that we almost take for granted. I am ever so grateful to Government of India, the Indian Embassy and the Israeli Embassy, for their help and guidance in bringing my team and me back safe. I would also like to thank each and every one of my well-wishers from the bottom of my heart for their wishes and prayers for my safety."

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The 38-year-old actor was last seen in thriller drama Akelli, directed by Pranay Meshram. In the film, she played the role of an ordinary Indian girl, who gets trapped in a combat zone and struggles to come out safely. 

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