Akhand Jyot is lit by famous telivision actress Kamya Punjabi for Sanjay Dutt’s speedy recovery

Kamya has shared a video through her official Instagram account. An Akhand Jyoti is seen burning in this video.

Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt is currently fighting a battle against lung cancer. Everyone from his fans and industry are wishing him well soon. In such a situation, on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, everyone is praying for the early recovery of Sanjay Dutt from Ganesh. Meanwhile, television actress Kamya Punjabi has wished Sanjay Dutt good health in a special way.

Kamya has shared a video through her official Instagram account. An Akhand Jyot is seen burning in this video. Kamya has told through caption that she has lit this Akhand Jyot for Sanjay Dutt. Kamya wrote in the caption accompanying the video, ‘Praying for your speedy recovery Sanjay Dutt. Vighnaharta Vighn Door Kro’


A few days ago Kamya Punjabi wrote on Twitter for Sanjay Dutt, ‘I will pray to my Bappa. This year the Ganesh Sthapna will be filled with prayers for our Baba (Sanjay Dutt). I will light an Akhand Jyot for you. Please, please stay strong and get well soon. You are my favorite since I was 10 years old. You remember I met you at Mehboob Studio and gifted you Zippo. I am the same crazy girl. ‘

On August 8, Sanjay Dutt was diagnosed with cancer. He suddenly started having trouble breathing, after which he was admitted to Lilavati Hospital. He was then admitted to the hospital for two days and discharged from the hospital on the third day. When prayers for his recovery began to be sought on social media, Sanjay immediately announced to take a break from work.

Earlier this week, Maanayata had clarified that the actor will be treated in Mumbai for now. She said in a statement, “For those who are asking about the treatment plans of Sanju’s cancer, He will complete his preliminary treatment in Mumbai. We will formulate further plans of travel according to the COVID situation eases. For now, Sanju is in the best hands of our esteemed doctors at Kokilaben hospital. I request everyone, with my folded hands, to stop assuming the stage of his illness and let the doctors continue to do their work. We will update you all regularly with his progress.”

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