Rakhi Sawant Requests Fans to Pray For Her Before Heading to Operation Theatre: Says ‘It’s very painful…’

Rakhi Sawant

Rakhi Sawant

Rakhi Sawant, the drama queen of television, is hospitalized. On May 14, it was made public through a photo and news article that she had been hospitalized due to a cardiac issue. Rakhi’s ex-husband Ritesh then revealed to the world on May 16 that she had a tumour. Adil Khan Durrani, Rakhi’s second ex-husband, described her jail escape as a drama. Rakhi Sawant has since uploaded a video from the hospital explaining her status once more. She disclosed that she would be undergoing a tumour surgery today. Rakhi appears to be in very poor health in this video, which shocks her followers.

Rakhi Sawant Shares a Video Before Going to Surgery

There is a video of Rakhi Sawant in the hospital that has come to light. She is sobbing nonstop while holding a drip in her palm. She is crying as she thinks of her mother. She stated that she would have surgery eventually and that she was in excruciating agony. The actress assured her followers that she would not be afraid of anything and that she would bravely and confidently enter the operation theatre.

She said in the video, “Finally vo stage aa gaya…I am going to the operation theatre. Main haste haste jaungi haste haste aaungi. Bade bade dukho se ladi hu main…guys mere liye dua karna.” She remembers her mother and continues, “It’s very painful guys. Mujhe operation theatre me lekar jaa rahe hain.” Watch the video below;

What Happened to the actress?

As per Rakhi Sawant and Ritesh, the drama queen is suffering from a 10 cm stomach tumour. whose procedure is scheduled for May 18. Nevertheless, the hospital has not yet released a comment. Ritesh stated that he could not disclose the hospital’s name. He’ll tell about it once she’s better. Fans are also perplexed as to how everything happened so quickly at the same time.

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