A famous Soviet actress was hospitalized in Moscow.


In November of last year, she married Bari Alibasova.

On Saturday, June 22, Lydia Fedoseyev-Shukshin was hospitalized in Moscow, said the actress's daughter, Olga. This writes the Chronicle Info with reference to www.newsru.co.il

She said that at night the mother felt bad, so she was taken by an ambulance.

According to media reports, the cause of the hospitalization was an attack of bronchial asthma.

Lydia Fedoseeva-Shukshina – Soviet and Russian actress. She is best known for films such as "Kalina Krasnaya," "Key Without the Right of Transfer," "They Fought for the Motherland," "Stovetops," "Walking the Tortures," "Schizophrenia," and "12 Chairs."

In November last year, Fedoseeva-Shukshina married Bari Alibasova. In early June, he was taken to the Department of Toxicoreanimation of the Sklifosovsky Emergency Research Institute after drinking the liquid to clean the "Mole" tubes. The producer spent several days in a medical dream, then recovered. He was recently released from the hospital.


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