Bodyguard Actor Rajat Rawail Hospitalised Due To A Rupture Of A Varicose Vein In His Leg, Advised Complete Bed Rest-Report

Actor and producer Rajat Rawail has been hospitalised after a varicose vein burst in his right leg

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Bodyguard Actor Rajat Rawail Hospitalised Due To A Rupture Of A Varicose Vein In His Leg, Advised Complete Bed Rest-Report
Bollywood actor and producer Rajat Rawail, who is known for his stint in movies like 'Bodyguard' and 'Coolie No 1' has been hospitalized after he suffered excessive blood loss due to a varicose vein burst in his right leg. Reportedly, the actor suffered a rupture of a varicose vein in his right leg and thus he was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai. In a recent interview, Rajat informed that the bleeding has stopped now and his wound is getting better.

Speaking to ETimes, Rajat Rawail said, "As of now, the bleeding has stopped from the raptured vein in my leg. My wound is healing. I have been advised total bed rest with no visitors. I will be seeing senior vascular surgeon Dr Pankaj Patel tomorrow at Leelavati hospital, Bandra, for a second opinion on my surgery and thereafter shall proceed accordingly." “Thank you for all the concern and please keep me in your prayers," he added. 

Rajat Rawail will reportedly get discharged from the hospital today, April 19. Well, those wondering what is Varicose Vein? It is a condition in which the blood vessels are said to take the impure blood from the legs to the heart. It increases the pressure in the veins of the lower body.


On the professional front, Rajat Rawail rose to fame with his portrayal of Tsunami Singh in Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan-starrer Bodyguard. He has also featured in comedy films such as Coolie No. 1, Judwaa 2, and Desi Magic.  Rajat is also a successful producer and is known for bankrolling Salman Khan’s ‘Ready’, Anil Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt starrer ‘No Problem’ and Abhishek Bachchan’s ‘Run’.






Image Source: Instagram/Rajat Rawail 
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