Dilip Kumar hospitalised, tweets ‘feeling much better’. See photos

Dilip Kumar was hospitalised after he complained of swelling in his right leg and had a fever. The actor has now tweeted saying he is feeling much better.

Written by Kriti Sonali | New Delhi | Updated: December 7, 2016 6:30 pm
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Veteran actor Dilip Kumar took to Twitter to allay the fears of his fans regarding his health on Wednesday. The 93-year-old star was rushed to Mumbai’s Leelavati Hospital on Tuesday after complaining of fever and swelling in the right leg. The actor is still in the hospital and shared images and his health update from the hospital with his fans.

Dilip Kumar shared a series of tweets with wife Saira Banu and we see him in a healthy state. Dilip Kumar tweeted, “Feeling much better now. Was admitted to Lilavati hospital for a routine checkup. Your prayers are with me.”

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Dilip Kumar also thanked his team of doctors and wrote, “A wonderful team of doctors here along with my personal physicians Dr. S Ghokale, Dr. Nitin Ghokale and Dr. R. Sharma.”

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He further wrote, “Health is wealth said somebody. Mein aap sabhi ka mashkoor hoon ki aapne hamesha apni dua’on mein mujhe yaad rakha.”

Check Dilip Kumar’s health updates here:

The actor, who will be celebrating his 94th birthday on December 11, was taken to hospital by wife Saira Banu. Talking to Bombay Times, Saira said, “I was anyway planning to take him for a routine check-up, but the swelling alarmed me. He was also complaining of cold and cough. I don’t ignore anything even remotely suspicious when it comes to Dilip saab’s health.”

She added that the legendary actor is under observation and is said to be stable. “The doctors are examining him; he’s under observation. He’s very comfortable with the team here. I just hope there is nothing serious. Inshallah, I will take him home before his birthday on Sunday,” the actor said.

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The actor was hospitalised earlier this year after he suffered from high fever. We wish his a speedy recovery.

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