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Manisha Koirala to be flown to US for treatment


Bollywood star Manisha Koirala will be flown to the US for treatment for ovarian cancer, her family has said.
The Nepali-born actress was discharged from a Mumbai hopital on Friday after she reportedly fell unconscious. Her father, Prakash Koirala, has told Nepal’s English daily The Himalayan Times that she will be operated on on Monday.
“The cancer is in its preliminary stage, but we don’t want to take any chance and her friends also have suggested that she be taken to the US,” he father. “Her health condition is normal now. She is taking rest.”
The actress’ brother Siddhartha and mother Sushma are attending to her, he added.
The 42-year-old actress was one of India’s top actresses in the 1990s after she made her debut in 1991. She has since starred in a number of films with varying successes.
Koirala has won awards for her roles in the 1995 films ‘Bombay’ and ‘Akele Hum Akele Tum’. She took a break from acting after her marriage in 2010 and has since taken an active part in social activities, working with organisations that prevent trafficking of girls from Nepal.

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