Niti Taylor makes a shocking revelation about her birth; says, “I died and came back to life”
Actress Niti Taylor who is known for her role in Bade Acche Lagte Hain 2 recently made a shocking revelation about her medical condition as a kid during an episode of a dance reality show. Niti revealed that as a kid, she had a hole in her heart.
Now during a recent interview with ETimes Tv, she talked about it and shared that she died for a few minutes when she was born and came back to life. She said, “When I was a baby I was going to die. I died for a few minutes and came back. I fought that so I can do anything in life. I’d never imagined that Kaisi Yeh Yaariaan would be such a huge hit. But people loved our Jodi – Parth and mine so much till today. I remember I had gone to a movie a month ago and a girl came rushing to me saying Nandini please wait. She said such a thing to me that I was taken aback. I realized that day how we actors can impact someone’s life. She shared that during Covid she lost her father and she was facing a lot of issues in her family. She decided to commit suicide but she started watching my Vlogs and that is what gave her hope to live. She loved my show, connected with me and saw my life on Instagram. That’s why I am very real on social media. When I am sad, I post those moments, when I am not doing anything I share that as well. I feel you should always be a good person and never wish bad for anyone because life is very short and you don’t know what will happen next.”
The actress also shared that she was not allowed to do strenuous activities including running, dancing, or going to amusement parks. “It impacted my childhood in many ways. I don’t like chocolates till now because I wasn’t allowed to eat them as a kid. I don’t like sweet things. My sister would go to swings and I would be just sitting at home. Other kids would go to the park and I would be at home. Even if I was taken to the park, I was not allowed to run much or walk too much. The only thing I learned as a kid was swimming all thanks to my mother. I don’t know many things to do because I wasn’t allowed to do them. My childhood was so fragile that I wasn’t allowed to do anything and I would see other kids having fun. I adjusted to it,” she stated.
However, Niti has no complaints as she feels that it made her strong and a fighter, “My childhood phase has been the strongest. Right now in my life, it must be a low point but otherwise, as a person, I remember I was very strong. I still remember when I came out of ICU, I had gone to the washroom and I was dancing slowly. I told my mother, “Mamma I can dance”. That’s the first thing I told my mom after coming out. I’ve always been a fighter because life throws you under the bus every single day and you have to stand back and adjust your crown and just go ahead,” concluded she.