Veteran Actor Akkineni Nageswara Rao-ANR Suffering With Cancer
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The entire film industry and also countless fans were shocked when they heard that Akkineni Nageswara Rao was suffering from cancer. While ago ANR had revealed a shocking news to Press .He told that doctors found cancer in his body at an early stage.
The veteran actor himself reported to the media that, ‘When I was hospitalized with stomach pain on 8th October, doctors have detected the initial stage cancer cells in my body.After performing some tests it was confirmed that I’m fighting cancer.After hearing the news all of my well wishers and family members little worried about my health condition. So I discussed this with my entire family to make my health condition an official statement to media which will eventually cool all my well-wishers” ANR Said
In the press meet Akkineni Nageswara Rao-ANR said, “I don’t want people to spread rumors about my health, hence I am announcing it myself. I have lived life to the fullest. Doctors found that cancer in my body at early stage. I will act till my last breath. At present I am shooting for Manam.
ANR celebrated his 90th birthday recently (September 20). The legendary actor starred in several films of various genres during his unparalleled 71 year acting career. It was in 1941, at the age of 17, that he made his debut in the Telugu film, Dharmapatni, in which he played the role of the protagonist’s friend. ANR was honored with the Padma Vibhushan and is the recipient of the Dada Saheb Phalke Award, the highest individual lifetime achievement award for films in India.
We yadtek.com Prays for Akkineni Nageswara Rao-ANR speedy Recovery… Long Live ANR