Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain Fame Ishwar Thakur On Facing Financial Crisis: ‘I Don’t Even Have Money To Buy Diapers, Death Seems Better Than This Life

FIR and Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain fame Ishwar Thakur reveals he is battling kidney disease and has no money for the treatment

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Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain Fame Ishwar Thakur On Facing Financial Crisis: ‘I Don’t Even Have Money To Buy Diapers, Death Seems Better Than This Life
TV actor Ishwar Thakur, who is known for his shows like FIR and Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain, is battling kidney disease as well as he is facing an acute financial crisis. In a recent interview, the actor opened up about his financial condition and revealed he has no money even to buy diapers for himself or his ill mother. Ishwar also said he was taking Ayurvedic treatment for his kidney condition, but has now stopped it as he has no money left.

Speaking with Aaj Tak, the actor stated that death seems better than this life now. Ishwar Thakur was quoted as saying, “I don’t even have the money to buy diapers, so I am using old newspapers as a substitute. I cannot get myself treated by a good doctor as I cannot afford it. Earlier, I was getting an Ayurvedic treatment for my condition, but I’ve stopped that as well as I don’t have any money left for it.” ALSO READ: Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain Fame Ishwar Thakur Gets Financial Aid From Show's Cast And Sonu Sood's Foundation


He added, “I am very critical. Death seems better than this life now. But I cannot leave my mother and brother in this condition alone, so I continue to fight.”Ishwar went on to reveal that his mother is bedridden and thus she urinates in the bed. Even his brother is suffering from schizophrenia and due to lack of money, he is now shifted to an ashram rather than a government hospital. The actor rued that because of his medical condition he is not getting any work as the producers fear being held responsible if anything happens to him on set.

Work-wise, Ishwar Thakur has also been featured in several other comedy shows like Jijaji Chat Par Hain, and May I Come in Madam, among others.


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