“I demand everybody, with my collapsed hands, to quit conjecturing the phase of his sickness and let the specialists keep on accomplishing their work,” said Maanayata Dutt
Entertainer Sanjay Dutt’s better half Maanayata, in an announcement on Tuesday night, stated: “While our family is stirred up, we are resolved to battle like the devil.” Maanayata additionally expressed gratitude toward well-wishers for showering Sanjay Dutt with a mess of adoration after he declared he has taken a break from work in light of clinical treatment. Maanayata’s announcement showed up soon after the entertainer left his home for Mumbai’s Kokilaben Hospital where he has been going for treatment. Mr Dutt, 61, has not unveiled any subtleties of his wellbeing condition. In her announcement, Maanayata depicted the current situation as a “challenge”, which the Dutts have decided to manage “inspiration and effortlessness.” Maanayata, who as of late flew in from Dubai, composed that she wouldn’t have the option to visit Sanjay Dutt in the emergency clinic till her home isolate period is finished.
In her announcement, Maanayata devoted a note of appreciation to Sanjay Dutt’s sister Priya Dutt as the “torchbearer”, refering to her long-lasting relationship with the Dutt family’s disease establishment and having seen her mom Nargis Dutt “fight this ailment.” Sanjay Dutt has another sister named Namrata, who Maanayata tended to in her announcement as Anju. Following Sanjay Dutt’s declaration a week ago, a few news reports recommended that he has been determined to have disease. In her announcement, Maanayata made a request – “quit hypothesizing the phase of his disease.”
Read Maanayata Dutt’s statement here:
“To all of Sanju’s fans and well-wishers, I can’t begin to thank you for the love and warmth you have shown him all these years.
Sanju has been through many ups and downs in his life, but what has kept him going through every tough phase has always been your adulation and support. And for this, we will always be grateful. We are now being tested through yet another challenge, and I know, the same love and warmth will see him through this time as well.
As a family, we have decided to face this with positivity and grace. We are going to go about our life as normally as possible, with a smile, because this will be a tough fight and a long journey. And, we need to do this for Sanju, without any negativity setting in.
In these trying times, unfortunately, I have been unable to be by his side in the hospital, due to my home quarantine which ends in a couple of days. Every battle has a torchbearer and someone who holds the fort. Priya who has worked extensively over two decades with our family-run Cancer foundation, and who has also seen her mother battle this illness, has been our incredible torchbearer, while I will hold the fort.
For those asking, Sanju will complete his preliminary treatment in Mumbai. We will formulate further plans of travel depending on how and when the covid situation eases. As of now, Sanju is in the best hands of our esteemed doctors at Kokilaben hospital.
I request everyone, with my folded hands, to stop speculating the stage of his illness and let the doctors continue to do their work. We will update you all regularly with his progress.
Sanju is not only my husband and father to our children, but he has also been a father figure to Anju and Priya, after losing their parents.
He is the heart and soul of our family.
While our family is shaken up, we are determined to fight tooth and nail. With God and your prayers on our side, together we will overcome, and emerge as winners.”