Divyanka Tripathi of "Yeh Hai Mohabbatein" may have said she enjoyed shooting for the ghost drama, but not many know it has left the actress with multiple injuries.

The star shared an interview on Facebook in which she talks at length about how she had got really aggressive while filming for the track.

Apparently, she almost forgot who she was and used brute force, resulting in injuries.

"We are shooting for a ghost track for which I am suppose to move around swiftly, pushing and throwing heavy objects aggressively. I keep forgetting while performing that I'm human after all (and not a ghost), and perform so aggressively that after the sequence I'm left with several injuries. I have got the maximum number of pulls and strains over the past few days," Telly Express quoted her as saying.

However, since the injuries were immediately attended to, the actress could resume work real quick. A light assistant on the sets, whom she endearingly calls "anna", comes to her rescue every time she hurts herself.

"We have a light assistant on set, he comes as an instant saviour. Anna is like a desi physiotherapist available 24×7 on set. Thankfully, my production is also always well equipped with first-aid solutions, and hence I can perform fearlessly," the web portal quoted her as saying.

In other news, the ghost drama is Shagun (Anita Hassanandani) and Ishita's (Divyanka) fancy plan to unmask Ashok (Sangram Singh), who has been conspiring against Raman (Karan Patel).