Anurag Basu recalls doctors told him he had two weeks to live after blood cancer diagnosis

film producer Anurag Basu He opened up about the worst phase of his life when he was told by doctors that he had just two weeks to live after being diagnosed with blood cancer in 2004. Since he needed money for his treatment, the filmmaker went back to television and even began filming for Gangster while he was on his way to chemotherapy. Also read- IIFA 2022 winners list: Vicky Kaushal, Pankaj Tripathi, Kriti Sanon and more celebs win coveted awards

After this the director was admitted to Lilavati Hospital. It all started when he started getting big blisters in his mouth. Despite being asked by the doctors for a thorough examination, he ignored it. When that was the face of his parents, he felt something was wrong. “I felt fine except for some headache and weakness. I even sneaked out of my hospital room for a beer Emraan Hashmi and others. But my condition started deteriorating rapidly as no medicine was helping,” he said in the latest episode of Unfiltered By Samdish. Also read- Will Aamir Khan and Ranbir Kapoor work in Anurag Basu’s next? here is the truth

She revealed that her parents had stopped meeting her as they could not see her face. “Blood was pouring from my internal organs. People kept coming to donate blood,” he said. Mahesh Bhatt came to meet her, and when he placed his hand on her forehead, he was trembling. “My face was puffy. I couldn’t hold my breath. That feeling of suffocation prompted me to do a reality check of my poor condition. Also the way people were panicking around me because there was no cure.” was not working,” he said. Also read- World Cancer Day 2022: Sanjay Dutt, Tahira Kashyap and other Bollywood celebs who bravely fought the deadly disease

During this time Basu’s wife Tani was pregnant with their first child. She did not know about his condition. When he learned this from news channels, he shifted her to Tata Memorial Hospital, where he started recovering. “As soon as I reached Tata Hospital, I was put on ventilator. I actually couldn’t find a bed there. It was Sunil Dutt I got one. I feel blessed to be a part of the film industry, that I got bed and treatment immediately. A common man would have struggled. Anyone who knew me from television was doing everything, sending messages, asking for blood to save me. I don’t even know who donated blood and platelets for me, whose blood runs in my veins today,” he said.

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