Not Salman Khan, but an ex-Bigg Boss contestant came to help hospitalized Pooja Padwal

adsense links
other ads
media.net

Get Daily Updates In Email



Not Salman Khan, but an ex-Bigg Boss contestant came to help hospitalized Pooja Padwal

Pooja Dadwal who starred in the film Veergati with Salman was badly in need of help. The actress has been diagnosed with tuberculosis. But what’s more tragic is that the actress has no money for the treatment. A few days ago a video came out in which Pooja was seen asking help from Salman.



Talking to a popular news portal, the actress said, “I learned 6 months ago that I had something as serious as TB. I tried to contact Salman Khan for help, but nothing has been done so far. If he looks at my video then maybe he will try to offer some help. I have been admitted to this hospital for the last 15 days. I have been doing casino management in Goa for the last several years. I have no money at all, I depend on others for even a cup of tea.”



image source


Salman is known for his kind and generous nature toward his co-stars. He has helped many stars he has throughout his career. His team has said that the message is conveyed to Salman and once he comes back he will help Pooja.


Pooja has been admitted to Mumbai’s Shivdi hospital for 15 days now. As per the sources, her husband and in-laws abandoned her when they got to know about her illness. Pooja’s condition is deteriorating by the day.



We don’t know about Salman Khan, but one celebrity has put forward his hand in support of the actress. He is ex Bigg Boss contestant and actor Ravi Kishan. Ravi Kishan is busy shooting in Hyderabad, he sent his manager to the hospital and provided financial assistance to Pooja. No one from Bollywood has come forward to help the hospitalized actress.


Hats off to Ravi Kishan for extending helping hands for Pooja. Many celebrities die due to financial crisis during illness, but no one comes forward to help them.


Published by Ashish Mishra on 22 Mar 2018
adsense links
other ads
media.net
Previous
Next Post »
Thanks for your comment
Encoded AdSense or Widget Code