Ashiesh Roy is facing a financial crunch and is unable to afford his expensive treatment.

Ailing actor Ashiesh Roy says ‘soon I will have to stop dialysis because I will be left with no money’

Veteran actor Ashiesh Roy, who has labored in reveals comparable to Sasural Simar Ka, Jeannie Aur Juju and Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi, has been battling a kidney ailment for months now. Recently, he was discharged from hospital as he couldn’t afford to pay the payments. In a brand new interview, he mentioned that he requires a surgical procedure, which prices Rs 1 lakh however has no cash for it.

In an interview with The Times of India, Ashiesh mentioned that he’s selecting to remain house as he can ‘either afford dialysis or the hospital expenses’. He mentioned that although he’s on the trail to restoration as a lot of the extra water in his physique has been eliminated, he has been informed a couple of ‘new expense’.

To take away the surplus water from Ashiesh’s physique, the docs have inserted a brief catheter into his neck, which can be shifted to a unique aspect after ten dialysis classes. “It is causing great difficulty because it is poking like an antenna. I told the doctor to remove it but he said it can be only removed through surgery after 10 dialysis and the entire process will cost me Rs 1 lakh. My main problem this time is money. I am facing a great financial crisis,” he mentioned.

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Ashiesh mentioned he should go for 4 dialysis classes every week, with every session costing him Rs 2000, which is slowly draining all his funds. “Today only I have deposited Rs 1 lakh for my dialysis. But slowly all my money is getting over and I think very soon I will have to stop my dialysis because I will be left with no money. The doctors have informed me that the excess water from my body has been removed but my kidneys have been damaged and for my body to function I need a kidney transplant,” he mentioned.

However, Ashiesh can not get a kidney transplant for at the least six months, as there may be excessive threat because of the Covid-19 pandemic. So, he has ‘no other option’ however to proceed spending big quantities on dialysis.

Ashiesh has acquired monetary help from a number of members of the business, together with filmmakers Luv Ranjan, Hansal Mehta, Habib Faisal and Vijay Krishna Acharya.

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