Legendary actor Dilip Kumar, who had been facing breathing issues for the past few days, was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai on Sunday. A tweet on Dilip Kumar’s Twitter handle mentioned that he was admitted to non-Covid PD Hinduja Hospital Khar for routine tests and investigations, after he had episodes of breathlessness. His fans have been wishing for his speedy recovery, and now, Dilip Kumar’s wife Saira Banu has shared a health update, assuring fans that he is better.
While speaking with Pinkvilla, Saira Banu said that Dilip Kumar is undergoing treatment, and has reported some fluid retention. She said that sonography was done once again, and that he is better. “We are having him treated over here. He has reported some fluid retention, so we are figuring that out. Just now the sonography has been done again, he is better. You all keep praying that he gets better and better,” she said.
Meanwhile, another tweet shared this morning from Dilip Kumar’s Twitter handle read, “Update at 11:45am. Dilip Saab is on oxygen support - not on ventilator. He is stable. Waiting for few test results to perform pleural aspiration : Dr Jalil Parkar, chest specialist treating Saab. Will update regularly.”
Update at 11:45am.— Dilip Kumar (@TheDilipKumar) June 7, 2021
Dilip Saab is on oxygen support - not on ventilator. He is stable. Waiting for few test results to perform pleural aspiration : Dr Jalil Parkar, chest specialist treating Saab.
Will update regularly.
Yesterday, Saira Banu rubbishes rumours of Dilip Kumar’s death, and took to Twitter to urge fans not to believe in WhatsApp forwards. “Don’t believe in WhatsApp forwards. Saab is stable. Thank you for your heart-felt duas and prayers. As per doctors, he should be home in 2-3 days. Insh’Allah," read the tweet. ALSO READ: Dharmendra Shares A Pic With Dilip Kumar And Saira Banu As He Urges Fans To Pray For The Veteran Actor's Recovery; Calls Him 'Ek Nek Rooh Insan'
Image Source: Twitter/Dilip Kumar
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