Two days ago, Reecha wrote in Twitter “If there were were a medicine of heart ache, it would be a bestseller.” The next day, she was rushed to a hospital and was admitted for “pain in her heart”.
It seems, she wasn’t just making up a witty saying, but, literally having pain in her heart:
Reecha Sharma is one of the most talented and versatile actress on Nepali film industry. She takes risk in going a step further in experimenting with her roles in movies.
This was New Year wish of Reecha:
The condition of Nir Shah hasn’t improved in more than a day of admitted in Gangalal Heart Hospital, Bansbari. According to sources, Shah was initially placed in a ventilator in CCU. The ventilator was later replaced by an oxygen mask. The attempt to remove oxygen mask however wasn’t successful and he is in critical condition. Yesterday, we reported it was a minor attack but later, it was known that that wasn’t the case.
File Photo – Nir Shah, Chhinalata Puraskar
According to the doctors attending Shah, they are waiting the situation to improve on its own and have let Shah remain unconscious. If it doesn’t improve in three days, further treatment will be conducted. Senior heart specialist Arun Maskey is helping the treatment of Shah.
Nepali actor, director, and a businessman Nir Shah has been admitted to hospital after a heart problem. Our sources have termed the heart problem as a ‘minor’ case.
He was admitted to Gangalal Heart Hospital in Kathmandu on June 28.
In January last year, Nir Shah announced retirement. We questioned his retirement at that time and as we expected he didn’t retire. He has recently completed the shooting of ‘Seto Bagh’ – a movie and a television serial simultaneously.
Actress Manisha Koirala is discharged from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in New York on December 21, 2012. Manisha had undergone a 6-hours long surgery on December 11 to treat cancer in her uterus. Manisha’s body has responded well to the surgery and she is told to be feeling better these days.
Manisha is currently living in her relative’s house in New York for resting and regular check-ups. The check-ups and further treatments are expected to last six more months in the USA. To prevent cancer cells to spread in her body, chemotherapy treatment will commence in a couple of weeks.
Manisha’s family friend, Mridula Koirala, has posted a Facebook message to all Manisha fans and friends telling that their prayer is working and Manisha is going very well.
Actress Manisha Koirala has undergone a surgery in a cancer hospital in New York. The surgery started after 5:00 PM local time and lasted for more than 6 hours.
It is reported that a gynecologic/female genital tract surgeon who had operated Manisha had told that a successful operation takes 5-6 hours. As of the time of this writing, Manisha is in recovery room and her family members are waiting to see her.
A photo of Manisha taken on December 9, 2012 shows her in white shawl and smiling.
Famous actress Manisha Koirala has been admitted to Jaslok Hospital in Mumbai, India on Tuesday and according to media reports, she has been diagnosed with cancer.
According to sources, Manisha has not been keeping well from some time back and had even fallen unconscious. Before admitted to Jaslok Hospital, she was admitted to Norvic Hospital in Kathmandu. She had come to Kathmandu at the beginning of November. More than a week ago, in twitter, she has mentioned of being down with bad food poisoning. Continue reading
It is not easy being a Nepali and living in Nepal. A few cases to ponder about:
Hospital (Has … Pita … La)
How many times you have read news? About vandalized hospitals and doctors threatened by the family members of the deceased; just because, their loved one has just died in that hospital?
Hospital is where people die!
If you do a survey, you will be surprised by the number of people who die in hospitals. More people die in hospital than they do in their own home. That is because; hospital is a place where people go for treatment of their diseases. Some of those diseases are curable and others are incurables. There is no guarantee that everybody recovers from the illness. Then, why do these people blame the doctors all the time? It is because the deceased person was young and has not seen the life? Will vandalizing hospitals and thwarting doctors solve our problem?