Dilip Kumar Health Update: Doctor Shares Veteran Actor Might Be Discharged In 2-3 Days


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Veteran
actor
Dilip
Kumar
was
admitted
to
the
PD
Hinduja
Hospital
in
Khar,
Mumbai
earlier
this
week.
The
actor
was
taken
to
the
hospital
post
breathing
issues
and
was
diagnosed
with
bilateral
pleural
effusion.
While
he
has
been
in
the
ICU
ward,
doctors
have
shared
an
update
assuring
that
his
condition
is
improving.

Dilip Kumar

Saira Banu Opens Up About Dilip Kumar's Health; Says 'All Is Well'Saira
Banu
Opens
Up
About
Dilip
Kumar’s
Health;
Says
‘All
Is
Well’

On
Monday
(June
7),
Dilip
Kumar’s
doctor
shared
a
statement
and
said
that
the
actor
is
still
on
oxygen
support.
However,
on
Tuesday
morning
Dr
Jalil
Parkar,
the
pulmonologist
treating
the
actor
told
PTI,
“He
is
stable.
We
will
take
a
call
on
removing
fluids
tomorrow.
He
might
get
discharged
in
three
to
four
days.”

Kumar
who
was
admitted
on
Sunday
(June
6)
has
been
kept
on
ventilator,
leading
many
fans
to
worry
about
the
legendary
star.
Earlier
this
week,
he
had
shared
in
a
statement
that
they
are
hoping
the
actor
makes
a
quick
recovery.
“His
condition
is
stable
now.
Even
though
he
is
in
the
ICU,
he
is
not
on
a
ventilator.
We
are
trying
our
best
that
he
makes
a
quick
recovery
and
goes
back
home,” it
said.

Dharmendra Asks Fans To Pray For Dilip Kumar's Health, Calls Him 'Ek Nek Rooh Insaan'Dharmendra
Asks
Fans
To
Pray
For
Dilip
Kumar’s
Health,
Calls
Him
‘Ek
Nek
Rooh
Insaan’

In
recent
years,
the
superstar
has
been
suffering
from
several
age-related
health
issues.
Last
month,
he
was
admitted
to
the
same
hospital
for
two
days
for
routine
checkup
and
tests.
While
fans
have
been
sharing
positive
messages
for
the
actor
on
social
media,
fellow
actor
Dharmendra
also
urged
his
fans
To
pray
for
Dilip
Kumar’s
health.

For
the
unversed,
Dilip
Kumar
has
been
known
as
the
‘Tragedy
King’
of
Bollywood.
His
career
spanning
over
six
decades
gave
the
Hindi
cinema
many
hits
and
classics
like

Devdas

(1955),

Naya
Daur

(1957),

Mughal-e-Azam

(1960),

Ganga
Jamuna

(1961),

Kranti

(1981),

Karma

(1986)
and
more.

Story first published: Wednesday, June 9, 2021, 10:04 [IST]



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