The brother who gave Chamsuri a kidney for the first time in the media

Meri Bassai’s character Chamsuri was not seen in the serial for a long time, she had to stay out of work for some time due to health problems. After the news that both kidneys failed, after the video of him crying from the hospital saying that he wants to live went viral, his brother Arjun Dhungol saved him by donating a kidney to him according to the rules of the Nepal government. Now that sister’s health has improved, two sister brothers have come to Medea.

Sisters and brothers who can’t live without fighting in childhood have come to the media, Arjun who said that he was ready to die for you unknowingly when he was young, is ready to give his life to save his sister. She was under treatment for a long time and now, after her health improved, she returned to work for a short time. Later, after her health worsened, she was admitted to Punah Hospital. In order to help her, the president of Movie Welfare Fund went to Bashundhara, and reached the hospital. When she met Palpsa, she was emotional seeing her contribution and her health condition, her team has donated 2 lakhs. Having spent her long time in the Kalakarita field, she had settled in the hearts of the audience.

After the audience did not see him for a long time, when Chamsuri had to bring him to the serial, where did he go? Many types of diseases and pains come to people in life. Some things are not solved by going to the solution path and some things are not solved no matter how much you do. The real name of Chamsuri’s character in the serial is Palpsa Dangol, although she continues to live in Meri Bassai, she has not been seen in the serial since she was admitted to the hospital recently due to many health problems. She says that after her health improved after a long period of treatment, she started appearing in serials out of respect for the love she received from the audience.

She tells that she will appear in the serial even if it is for a short period of time, because Bacheko is alive because of the immense love of the audience. Chamsuri, who thought that she would not live when she was sick, says that she thinks she should live now. Chamsurika, who has been sick for 5 years, had both kidney failure, Chamsurika, who was first on medication, later started having more health problems and stayed in the hospital for 6 months. Chamsuri, who did not even know that so many people know her, says that when she is sick, she feels that she should be encouraged and live more after receiving the love, support, and blessings of the audience.

Chamsuri says that when I was sick in my life, I saw the presence of the person I like, and the enthusiasm to work has increased. Chamsuri says that she is getting a kidney transplant twice a week in preparation for the transplant. Chamsuri, who has received immense love from the audience’s family, says that after two months, she got a kidney from a member of her family. She says that she feels sick when her blood pressure is high and low when she has dianoses, and at other times she feels like a good person. At first, she felt like she was going to die, but she had many problems with her health, but now she gradually recovered and started to feel that she would not die now.

She says that the love I got from the audience saved me when I was sick. Chamsuri, who will appear in the upcoming episode, was honored by everyone in the serial by giving them bunches of flowers. Chamsuri, who received a kidney from her family member, says that she is going to complete the government process. Chamsuri says that she got good support from doctors and nurses in the hospital as well. When it came out that she was sick, 2-3 thousand people came to the hospital saying that we would give them a kidney without money, she said that she was pregnant. After getting sick, Chamsuri Darsak, who knew Media, says that she thinks that love saves a lot. She says that she came to the shoot with her daughter as she has to rest for three to four months after the kidney transplant.

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