Champion, the dog who was found in a critical condition with his paws and genitals chopped off in Mira-Bhayander, has found a friend in John Abraham. The Bollywood actor and sports aficionado will also take care of Champion’s treatment.
In a case of extreme savagery against animals, a street dog was found in a critical condition at Mira-Bhayander with his penis, testicles and front paws chopped off. The animal was rescued from the street on Saturday by two animal lovers and brought to Malad-based NGO, Animals Matter to Me. “Champion was brought to us on Saturday evening in a critical condition. He was visibly in immense pain and was not able to move,” said Ganesh Nayak, founder and chairman Animals Matter to Me.
She has fought cervical cancer, depression and now obesity. Meet Sunaina Roshan, sister of Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan, who is back in a new avatar after being out of sight for two years. “I was homebound for two years because of depression. People with the condition are often stigmatised. For me, depression and obesity went hand in hand. I was eating because I was fat’ I was eating because I was depressed,” said Sunaina.
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