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Gandii Baat actor Gehana Vasisth critical after suffering cardiac arrest

Hospital sources told IANS on Friday that Gehana Vasisth's condition is currently "extremely critical" after suffering a cardiac arrest.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: November 23, 2019 10:50:11 am
Gehana Vasisth Gehana Vasisth is said to have fallen unconscious during a shoot at Madh island for a web series. (Photo: Gehana Vasisth/Instagram)

Gehana Vasisth is battling for life after suffering a cardiac arrest, reported IANS on Friday.

Hospital sources told IANS that Vasisth’s condition is currently “extremely critical”.

Gehana Vasisth is said to have fallen unconscious during a shoot at Madh island for a web series.

Pranav Kabra, doctor and head of Raksha Hospital, told IANS, “She is not responding to treatment and has difficulty breathing on her own. We have put her on ventilator to ensure she has proper oxygen supply to her brain. You can describe her condition as extremely critical for now.”

The doctor added, “From the preliminary information we have got so far, Gehana Vasisth was shooting for nearly 48 hours without consuming proper nourishment. She has been admitted to the Intensive Care section and we are doing a series of tests on her. She is suffering from diabetes and her sugar is on the higher side, while her BP is very low. We were told she consumed some energy drinks and was also taking medication for diabetes and some other ailment. We are not sure if there was any reaction between what she consumed. We have to wait for the results of all the tests.”

Gehana Vasisth is best known for starring in ALTBalaji’s web series Gandii Baat.

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