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90s actress with COVID 19 symptoms and no money asks her hero for help

Wednesday, June 17, 2020 • Tamil Comments

90s actress with COVID 19 symptoms and no money asks her hero for help

The coronavirus infections and killing spree is growing at an alarming rate in India and not only common people but also highly placed celebrities and politicians are being affected. Actress Pooja Dadwal who played the second lead in Salman Khan's 1995 film 'Veergati' has made an appeal to the mass hero that she is down with COVID 19 symptoms with no money. She has stated to a print media ""I am in a bad shape since the past week. First, I got cough and then fever. Since the past few days, I have high fever the whole day. But I don't have the money to get myself tested for COVID-19. Now I can’t borrow from someone and get myself treated."

Pooja Dadwal who has acted in a few films such as Inteqam, Hindustan, Dabdaba, Sindoor Ki Saugandh and Jeene Nahin Doongi later settled in Goa with her sick husband and worked as a casino manager. In 2018 she was afflicted by tuberculosis and not having any money sought the help of Salman Khan who through his Being Human organization helped with her treatment.

Now once again Pooja is sick and has appealed 'I don't feel like pleading for help each time from Salman but no one else comes forward to support and help except Salman. I am once again in trouble Salman, please help me."

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