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Kamal Haasan on SP Balasubrahmanyam: Come back fast brother, we are waiting for you

Kamal Haasan said he is waiting for SP Balasubrahmanyam to come back stronger.

Written by A. Kameshwari | New Delhi |
Updated: August 16, 2020 5:16:23 pm
Kamal Haasan on SP BalasubrahmanyamKamal Haasan and SP Balasubrahmanyam have worked together in several iconic films in their careers. (Photo: Express Archive)

After AR Rahman, Ilaiyaraja, Dhanush and others, Kamal Haasan has taken to social media to pray for the well being and speedy recovery of SP Balasubrahmanyam, who is being treated for coronavirus at MGM Healthcare in Chennai.

On Sunday, the actor-politician took to Twitter and wrote, “We are waiting for you. You as my voice and I as your face have lived for many years. Your voice should still sound louder. Come back. Come back fast, brother.”

Kamal Haasan and SP Balasubrahmanyam have worked together in several iconic films like Swati Mutyam, Sagarasangamam, Marocharita, Sadma, Akali Rajyam and Ek Duje Ke Liye.

The 74-year-old singer, who was shifted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) on Friday after his health suffered a setback on August 13, is stable now. He was tested positive for Covid-19 earlier this month.

A statement released by MGM Healthcare on Saturday read, “Thiru SP Balasubrahmanyam who is admitted at MGM Healthcare due to Covid 19 continues to be on life support in Intensive Care Unit (ICU). He remains stable and the doctors are closely monitoring his clinical parameters.”

SP Balasubrahmanyam’s son S P Charan informed his fans on Saturday evening that his father is stable and ‘his lungs are functioning better than yesterday.’ He added that it would be a slow path to recovery for the singer.

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