Thiruvananthapuram, July 30 :
, known for films like " Perumthachan
" and " Kauthuka
suffering from a rare bone disease but there is no one to look after her
three children and they have been asked to vacate their rented house.
live in a rented home here and we have been asked to move out. I have
no clue where to go with my three children," said the bed-ridden former
(1985) who has acted in more than 20 films and more than
200 TV serials.
Sreelatha, whose husband passed away four years
back, added: "We have no money to buy even food. I am not a member of
any of actor's bodies."
Her illness and financial crunch have
affected her three sons' studies. They have not gone to school for last
few months because they do not have enough money to pay the fees.
who is the eldest and studying in plus-2, said: "None of us have been
to school for a while now. I, being the eldest, am the only one in a
position to go for work, but if I go, there will be none to look after
my ailing mother."
His two younger siblings are in class V and pre-school.
Sreelatha, who is at home without any medical assistance, Monday
received Rs.100,000 from the state chief minister's relief fund.
Kerala Cinema Minister K.B. Ganesh Kumar's office told IANS that in the past also they have extended help to her.
that her condition has worsened, we have got in touch with the film
actors' body (Association of Malayalam Movie Artists). I am told that
the state health minister will be doing something," said the office of
actor-turned minister Kumar.© IANS