Vicky Donor actor Bhupesh Kumar Pandya diagnosed with Stage 4 Lung Cancer, Gajraj Rao, Manoj Bajpayee extend help

Actor Bhupesh Kumar starring in Vicky Donor, has been diagnosed with Stage 4 Lung Cancer. Many celebs such as Gajraj Rao and Manoj Bajpayee extend hands to help put together Rs 25 Lakhs.

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Actor Bhupesh Kumar Pandya has been diagnosed with stage 4 Lung Cancer. He is known for his stunning role in Vicky Donor, and Hazaron Khwahishein Aisi. The actor needs Rs 25 Lakhs in the fight against Lung Cancer and for further treatment. Amidst the wave of drugs and sexual abuse allegations on Bollywood, actors like Manoj Bajpayee, Gajraj Rao and many other actors have come forward to help and support the actor and his family.

In a recent interview with TOI, Chhaya Pandya, wife of Bhupesh Pandya, said, “Unfortunately, this is true, and my husband is suffering from Stage 4 cancer. He has undergone supportive care, Palliative Chemotherapy and Palliative RT at Apollo Hospital, Ahmedabad.”

Manoj Bajpayee has shared a link to a fundraiser started by one of Bhupesh Pandya’s classmate, Kashish Agnihotri, from National School of Drama. The link has been started to help the family financially for the actor’s betterment. While sharing the link, Manoj Bajpayee’s tweet read, “Request all of you to step forward help out colleague Actor Bhupesh A Nsd graduate !!”

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According to Ketto.org, the family is in need of Rs 25 Lakhs. The website read, “The family has done all it can to collect the total amount required for the treatment but Rs.2,500,000 or $33,964.84 and more is required to pay for all the medical expenses. Bhupesh is a doting husband and a loving father of two young kids. Bhupesh is a talented actor and teacher, a national scholar from the prestigious National School of Drama, New Delhi and has worked in many movies, plays, and TV serials.”

Team BusinessUpTurn wishes for his speedy and steady recovery.

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