Veteran actor Dilip Kumar was admitted to Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai on June 6 due to breathing problems. Fans are worried about the health of the actor since then. Everyone is praying for his speedy recovery. Dilip Kumar is currently on oxygen support. Two days ago, filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar went to the hospital to meet Dilip Kumar. After coming from the hospital, Madhur has now given the health update of Dilip Kumar.
Talking to E-Times, Madhur said that I am very happy that Dilip Kumar Sahab’s condition is better now. I was thinking that I should meet him, so I just left. Saira Banu ji has said that we should pray for her husband’s health.
Madhur further told that he had met Dilip only once before that too at an event. Madhur said, ‘I hope he will come back from the hospital soon. Madhur further said that he has always been a fan of Dilip Kumar and wanted to work with him.
On the other hand, Dilip Kumar had a pleural aspiration on Wednesday. In this, water is removed from the lungs and now the water has come out of Dilip Kumar’s lungs. Dilip Kumar’s health update was given by Faizal Farooqui through his tweet. He wrote, ‘Thank you for all your prayers. Dilip Kumar’s pleural aspiration procedure has been completed. I myself have spoken to Dr. Jalil Parkar and Dr. Nitil. He may be discharged from the hospital on Thursday.
According to reports, 350 ml of fluid has been removed from Dileep’s left lung. At present, the oxygen saturation level of the actor is 100 percent.
There was a reaction on the rumors of death
When Dilip Kumar was admitted to the hospital, the rumors of his death went viral on social media. After this, his health update was given from Dilip Kumar’s Twitter account. Tweeted from Dilip Kumar’s account, don’t believe whats app forward. Sir’s condition is stable. Thanks for all your prayers.
requested the media
Apart from this, he had also requested the media that crores of fans get updates from you. Request you to help us stop the rumours. Regular updates will be posted on this platform.
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