Aamir Khan Saved The Life of A ‘Dangal’ Technician – Fans Took Twitter To Thank Him For His Kindness

Bollywood superstar & Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan helped his former employee and strong India trend was witnessed as ‘Aamir Khan’ trended on Twitter. We know that Nitesh Tiwari’s directorial Dangal has stormed the box office with its innumerable Rs 1930 crores. The efforts of all the technicians, cast & crew made the film huge success.

Aamir Khan Saved The Life of A 'Dangal' Technician - Fans Took Twitter To Thank Him For His Kindness

Recently, sound Engineer Shajith Koyeri who worked for the Dangal movie suffered a massive stroke and was rushed to the Lilavati hospital, Mumbai. However, due to the negligence of the doctors, he was laying on the bed in the hospital without treatment.

At this time, the technician family got in touch with Aamir Khan to ask for help. Aamir Khan not only responded immediately and shocked to find out that the carelessness of the hospital. Later, Aamir Khan shifted him to Kokilaben Hospital. According to the reports, he then got in touch with Anil Ambani, who owns the hospital and got him treated as an emergency case immediately. By 3 am Koyeri’s condition was stable and he was out of danger. This has taken the internet by storm as Aamir Khan fans took to Twitter to show their love and respect.

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According to Koyeri’s brother-in-law, Sudhir Manikoth – “the sound technician, on Thursday, was rushed to the ICU after his MRI report confirmed that Koyeri had a stroke. However, Manikoth has alleged that the family kept asking the hospital staff for hours about a doctor to come and treat Koyeri but no one came. Frustrated to the core, Manikanth had asked the staff, “Is this how you treat a patient who has suffered a stroke?” as reported by the mainline daily.

Meanwhile, the report also revealed that the hospital has since denied these allegations of negligence. Dr. Hemant Mehta, consultant nephrologist, revealed that Koyeri was at risk for kidney failure. “He was diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome. He also suffered from piles, and had to be given the blood transfusion to make up for the blood loss,” Dr. Mehta said. It was on Thursday morning, Dr. Mehta said, that his assistant noticed right eye paralysis and rushed Koyeri for an MRI.

“Soon after Koyeri was shifted to the ICU, he also suffered a heart attack,” he said and added that treatment for heart attack and brain stroke both were started immediately. However, when the doctor was further questioned as to why Koyeri was not given a clot-dissolving injection which is a mandatory step in medical science for a stroke patient, the doctor emphasized that as he was at risk of a kidney failure, it wasn’t advisable. “The family was not willing to wait till the next morning when we had arranged for a neurologist to see the patient,” he added. Source

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