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Popular actress Nusraat Faria has returned home after receiving medical treatment. She was hospitalized in the capital after falling suddenly ill on Thursday.
According to media reports, Faria's condition has improved slightly since her admission to the hospital, prompting her discharge.
Confirmation of her return home was provided by her mother, Ferdousi Parveen.
Parveen said that Faria's condition has seen a modest improvement since her admission, although a scheduled CT scan could not be conducted immediately due to facility constraints. The scan is now slated for two days from now.
Additionally, the actress’ mother revealed that Faria has been experiencing persistent headaches, which worsened significantly last night, hindering her ability to rest. She had been managing these headaches with medication, but recent symptoms have been more severe. Furthermore, Faria has been struggling with physical weakness, exacerbated by irregular eating habits and gastric issues.
Parveen also mentioned the possibility of seeking treatment in Thailand if Faria's condition improves and urged fans to keep her in their prayers.
Faria gained prominence in 2015 with her debut in the Bangladesh-India joint production film ' Aashiqui: True Love' and has since starred in several successful movies, remaining actively engaged in both Bengali film industries.
Faria has recently played the role of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in the movie ‘Mujib: The Making of a Nation', which was released last year.