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Aindrila, a Bengali actor, succumbs to a brain stroke after twice beating cancer.

Aindrila Sharma, a Bengali performer, died on November 20 after suffering a brain haemorrhage for close to a week. Her admirers and following closely watched the 24-year-old actor's health update. Members of Sharma's family have verified that she passed away on Sunday.

The 24-year-old actor is a native of West Bengal’s Murshidabad area. Her dog and parents both survived her. She was a well-known television personality on Bengali television, having starred in shows including “Jiyon Kathi,” “Jhumur,” and “Jiban Jyoti.”
The actor, who had previously battled cancer, made a comeback in 2015.
Sharma had Ewing’s sarcoma, a rare kind of cancer that affects the soft tissue around the bones or the bones themselves. Both surgery and chemoradiation were used to treat her.
She had a brain stroke on November 1 and was afterwards taken to a private hospital in Howrah. A CT scan of her brain revealed a significant haemorrhage on the left side.
“After undergoing life-saving surgery, a biopsy revealed that she had brain metastases. According to the hospital, she received treatment from a team that included a neurosurgeon, neurologist, critical care expert, infectious disease specialist, medical oncologist, and radiation oncologist.
However, despite our best attempts, she experienced a heart attack today and passed away, the organisation stated in a statement.
I’m very sorry for the young actress Aindrila Sharma’s premature passing. She made a lot of promises, according to Banerjee.
“Her unwavering resolve to fight the awful sickness will always serve as an inspiration. Her terrible passing leaves the sector with a significant loss, the chief minister said.

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