The news of Sanjay Dutt's lung cancer diagnosis came as a huge shocker for all his fans, family members and friends. The actor first felt his symptoms after suffering from breathlessness. He then underwent a COVID-19 test, the result of which came negative. Later, after taking CT and PET scans, it was revealed that Dutt has been diagnosed with stage 4 of lung cancer. Ever since then, everyone has been pouring in wishes and support for the PK star's speedy recovery. There were also reports of Sanjay Dutt seeking permission to leave for either Singapore or the US to start with his treatment; however, if a recent report in Mumbai Mirror is to be believed, the actor will be commencing his chemotherapy sessions in Mumbai itself.
As per the report, the 61-year-old actor had visited Kokilaben Hospital on Saturday, while he went to Lilavati Hospital on Sunday to seek consultations. As per the daily, Sanjay Dutt reached Lilavati on Sunday during the noon and was waiting inside his car until his doctor arrived. He then, along with his sister Priya Dutt, met senior pulmonologist Dr Jalil Parkar and the consultation reportedly went on for a long time. He reportedly left the hospital at around 5 in the evening. On Saturday, Sanjay Dutt was spotted entering the Kokilaben Hospital for, probably, a second opinion.
Mumbai Mirror reports how Sanjay Dutt will be starting with his chemotherapy sessions in Kokilaben Hospital.
Meanwhile, Sanjay's best friend Paresh Ghelani, on his Instagram, penned a heartwarming note for the actor. He wrote, "Brother: Thought we had covered the whole amusement park; thought it was closed now, but I guess we are not done yet. Let’s buckle up for an another roller coaster ride!! Yet another battle has begun; battle we must and the battle you will conquer... We know the braveheart you are; you will win this. Sher hai tu sher!! Love you."
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