Actor Sanjay Dutt is suffering from lung cancer and it is being told that he has reached its stage-3. A close friend of Sanju has revealed this on Tuesday night. Sanjay was admitted to Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai two days ago with symptoms of shortness of breath and discomfort. After this, his Covid test was taken which came negative. Now when this news has come out, according to sources, he has left for the US for treatment.
Said in the afternoon- I will be back soon
Sanjay Dutt did a post on social media after the reports came out. In which he was talking about taking a short break from his work. The post wrote- ‘Friends, I am taking a short break from work for medical treatments. My family and friends are with me. I request all my well-wishers not to worry at all. Also do not speculate unnecessarily. With your love and best wishes, I will be back soon. ‘
How dangerous is stage 3 of lung cancer
According to the report, Sanjay Dutt is going through the third stage of lung cancer, which is considered fatal. According to doctors, there are two types of lung cancer – small cell cancer and non small cell cancer. Small cell lung cancer spreads faster whereas non small cell lung cancer spreads less quickly. It has three stages –
Early stage – Cancer begins in this stage. During this time, its cells in any one part of the body start growing in the form of two to four. In this stage, a lung or part of the operation in which the symptoms of cancer have been detected can be removed.
Intermediate stage – when cancer cells start spreading from one part of the body to another. In this stage, operation with chemotherapy, radiotherapy is also necessary.
Advance stage – when the cancer cells completely spread to other parts of the body. In this stage, the chances of recovery of the patient are very low, but advanced chemotherapy can provide long-term treatment.
Sanjay is away from family for last 5 months
According to a news from Bollywood Hungama, Sanjay’s friend has revealed this. He said – Baba is devastated. He has small children. He is currently in Dubai with his mother. But it would be very difficult for them to hear this terrible news. Sanjay Dutt underwent several tests at Mumbai’s Lilavati Hospital, whose report came on Tuesday.
Sanjay celebrated 61st birthday few days ago
Born in Mumbai on July 29, 1959, Sanjay has celebrated his 61st birthday 12 days in advance. He is the only son of late actor Sunil Dutt and actress Nargis. Sanjay has done three weddings. She made her third marriage to Manyata in 2008, with whom she has 2 twins, Shahzan and Iqra.
Sanjay’s new film ‘Sadak 2’ to be released on August 28
Talking about the work front, Sanjay Dutt’s upcoming film ‘Sadak 2’ will be released on OTT platform Disney Plus Hot Star on August 28. The film, directed by Mahesh Bhatt, will also feature Pooja Bhatt, Alia Bhatt and Aditya Roy Kapoor in addition to Sanjay Dutt.
Cancer killed both mother and first wife
Sanjay Dutt’s family has a history of cancer in the past. Sanjay’s mother Nargis also had pancreatic cancer. Who had said goodbye to the world 3 days before the release of Sanjay’s film Rocky in 1981. Nargis Dutt Memorial Cancer Foundation was founded by Sunil Dutt in 1982 in memory of Nargis.
After cancer, he used to worry a lot about his son Sanjay. When she was going to America for treatment, she wrote a letter to Sunil expressing his concern about Sanjay. He wrote – ‘Take special care that Sanjay does not fall into bad habits again.’
Richa Sharma, the mother of Sanjay Dutt’s first wife and his daughter Trishala, also died of cancer. Richa had a brain tumor. She was married to Sanjay in 1987 and within two years of her marriage, she was diagnosed with cancer. He underwent cancer treatment in London for a long time. In 1996, 32-year-old Richa died due to cancer. At the same time, Sanjay Dutt went to jail in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blast case.
Celebs pray for salutations
As soon as the talk of Sanjay Dutt getting cancer went viral, his fans and film industry and well-wishers have sought blessings for his well being through social media.