Choreographer Saroj Khan Hospitalised After Complaining About Breathing Issues; It's Not COVID-19: Reports

If reports are anything to go by, choreographer Saroj Khan was hospitalised a few days ago. She complained of breathlessness and was rushed to the hospital

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Choreographer Saroj Khan Hospitalised After Complaining About Breathing Issues; It's Not COVID-19: Reports
COVID-19 crisis is just getting worse. And for Bollywood, the time is really tough.  In the past few months, we have witnessed many celebrity deaths starting from Irrfan Khan followed by Rishi Kapoor to recent death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Amidst all, now, reports have made it to the internet suggesting that veteran choreographer Saroj Khan has been hospitalised. The choreographer was said to be rushed to the hospital after she complained of having difficulty in breathing.

As per a report in Times Of India, the choreographer was admitted to the hospital as she had some breathing issues and now, her health is doing much better. Report also claims that the choreographer is not Coronavirus positive. A source was quoted saying by the publication, "A few days ago, she was rushed to the hospital after she complained of breathing issues. We were worried, but thankfully it’s not COVID-19. She is feeling better now, and is likely to be discharged tomorrow."

The report suggests that Saroj Khan is likely to be discharged soon from the hospital as her health is much better. We wish for her speedy recovery.



For years, Saroj Khan has been serving Bollywood by choreographing major hit tracks. From Madhuri Dixit, Shah Rukh Khan to Sanjay Dutt, Saroj Khan has made many big celebrities dance to her tunes. She last worked on Karan Johar's project Kalank that starred Alia Bhatt, Madhuri Dixit and others. She even choreographed for songs in Kangana Ranaut's Manikarnika. (Also Read: Happy Birthday Madhuri Dixit: Legendary Choreographer Saroj Khan Wishes Her ‘Inspiration’ With Sweet UNSEEN Pics From The Past)







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