Bollywood actress Kirron Kher has blood cancer, BJP member says

Kirron Kher.
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Veteran actress and BJP politician Kirron Kher, and spouse of actor Anupam Kher, reportedly had blood most cancers, revealed a Bharatiya Janata Occasion (BJP) member.

The ‘Devdas’ actress is but to substantiate Chandigarh BJP President Arun Sood’s claims.

Based on Sood, the 68-year-old actress and TV present host was recognized with a number of myeloma, a kind of blood most cancers, and is present process remedy in Mumbai. She’s now recovering after her four-month-long remedy.

“She had suffered a broken left arm at her Chandigarh house on November 11 last year. After her medical tests at Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) in Chandigarh, she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. The disease had spread to her left arm and right shoulder. For treatment, she had to go to Mumbai on December 4,” mentioned Sood.

“Even though she is recovering after her four-month treatment and no longer admitted at Kokilaben Hospital, Mumbai, she has to visit the hospital regularly for treatment,” he added.

Sood made this revelation when a journalist requested him about Kher’s extended absence from the political scene at a latest press meet.

Kher, who’s recognized for her roles in hit movies reminiscent of ‘Devdas’ and ‘Dostana’, took a political plunge in 2014 after becoming a member of BJP.

She was additionally seen judging a actuality present together with Bollywood mogul and producer Karan Johar and mannequin Malaika Arora.

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