Arbaaz Khan’s talk show, Quick Heal Pinch by Arbaaz Khan, has been the talk of the town ever since its first episode. His chat show is a unique one wherein Bollywood celebrities open up about their social media interactions, negativity there and more.
It’s most recent episode had Sunny Leone on the couch where she opened up about how she deals with negativity on social media, trolling and much more.
During the interaction, Arbaaz spoke to Sunny about Prabhakar Yedle and how she received negative comments for launching an initiative urging fans to donate funds for his kidney transplant treatment.
Arbaaz read out some nasty comments that she received on her post. Reacting to the same Sunny said:
“Prabhakar was sick long before I posted that. And Daniel and I took care of all his financial needs. All from the hospital bills, all of the blood transfusions that he would have to do because he had kidney failure. His kidneys were not working, maybe it was less than ten percent.”
“When you find out that your friend or someone that you’re working with so long is going to die if we don’t help him then you go into a panic and I know he has been working in this industry for a very very long time and a lot of people love him. And it is not just medical bills, it’s his home, his family, his lawyer bills because he had to apply for transplants, he had a son, what I wrote out there was a small amount what actually needed to be done.”
Further while sharing about Prabhakar, Sunny broke down:
“There was so much that we wanted to do for him, there were so many things and we failed and he died.”
“He has a lot of people around him, he was a very quiet, he never talked a lot, he wasn’t that open person that would say ‘Hi, I am sick please pray for me or I need help’ or any of that, he never asked for anything.”
Sunny couldn’t stop back her tears and added:
“I don’t care what people think. I don’t care if they think I might have a hundred million dollars, my thing for him was… let me tell everybody who loves you so much and who would want to take care of you, that you are sick and we didn’t we failed, he didn’t make it. It’s been really hard, we miss him.”
Catch the entire episode here:
Produced by QuPlay, Quick Heal Pinch by Arbaaz Khan has 10 episodes of approximately 20 minutes each and will be streamed weekly on QuPlay’s YouTube channel. The show is written and directed by Abbiy Obheroii.