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Veteran actor Dilip Kumar hospitalised

Dilip Kumar was on Wednesday afternoon admitted in the ICU at Lilavati hospital in Mumbai. The actor, who had various visits to the hospital in the last few years, was last admitted in Lilavati in December after he complained of fever and swelling in his right leg.

Written by Komal RJ Panchal | Mumbai |
Updated: August 2, 2017 11:22:39 pm
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Veteran Bollywood actor Dilip Kumar was on Wednesday afternoon admitted in the ICU at Lilavati hospital in Mumbai after suffering from a kidney ailment and dehydration.

While more details are awaited, our hospital source revealed that the veteran actor is still at the hospital. The source told us, “Dilip Kumar was brought to the hospital around 12 noon, and he was he was admitted. Various tests are being conducted on him. Situation will be clear tomorrow. Then we will take a call, and decide on further course of treatment.”

The 94-year-old actor, who has had various visits to the hospital in the last few years, was last admitted in Lilavati in December after he complained of fever and swelling in his right leg.

After a day in the hospital, Dilip Kumar took to Twitter to allay the fears of his fans regarding his health. He shared his images and health update from the hospital with his followers.

Known as the tragedy king of Bollywood, Dilip — born Yusuf Khan — is known for his films such as Devdas, Mughal-e-Azam, Ganga Jamuna, Naya Daur and Madhumati among others. Dilip Kumar’s last film was Qila in 1998. He was honoured with the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 1994 and Padma Vibhushan in 2015.

The actor is stable right now, and we wish him a quick recovery.

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