Coronavirus pandemic has forced people to live their worst possible nightmare which nobody would have imagined. This virus is claiming lives day-in-day-out and the numbers are staggeringly scary. A couple of weeks ago, the news of Sasural Simar Ka actor Ashiesh Roy being hospitalised surfaced. The actor was in dire need of monetary help. Ashiesh has been discharged now and is at home as he could not afford to stay in the hospital and take the treatment any longer.
While talking to Spotboye, Ashiesh Roy revealed "I am home right now and feeling extremely weak. There is a house help who is taking care of me. As flights are not working full-fledged, my sister has not been able to come down.” The actor continued, “I had to take a discharge on May 24 as I had no more money to pay them. The bill was of Rs 2 lakhs and somehow I managed to pay that. My dialysis is still on and it will go on for two more months. I visit the hospital every alternate day and they charge Rs 2000 for three hours dialysis."
"There was a point when I thought I won’t survive this time. But hopefully, I won’t die. Dialysis is on, but there’s still a lot of water retention in my body. Over time, I would be in a better condition and be able to move on my own," he added.
Ashiesh had seemed Salman Khan's help and when asked about the same, the Sasural Simar Ka actor said, "I have not received any help and I don’t know if my message even reached Salman Khan. I just want to get fine now and get back to work."
Ashiesh now hopes to get back to work and live a dignified life once again. "I have led a dignified life all this while. Nahi socha thha ki aisa bhi din dekhna padhega. (Never thought I would have to go through such circumstances). I plan to return all the help once the shooting of my TV show commences. Everything will be alright then."
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