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Sai Dharam Tej in ICU after bike accident, Jr NTR and Vijay Deverakonda wish for his speedy recovery

Sai Dharam Tej met with a bike accident on Friday evening. Allu Arvind, Sai Dharam Tej's uncle and film producer, informed he is out of danger.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: September 12, 2021 8:46:14 am
sai dharam tejSai Dharam Tej is currently stable. (Photo: Sai Dharam Tej/Instagram)

Actor Sai Dharam Tej met with a bike accident on Friday evening in Hyderabad. The actor, who was admitted to Medicare Hospital, was later shifted to Jubilee Hills Apollo Hospital for treatment. He is currently out of danger. As per a statement from the hospital, Dharam Tej has no major injuries to brain, spine, and vital organs. However, he has sustained soft tissues injuries and a collar bone fracture.

“He is being closely monitored and further evaluation will be done over the next 24 hours. There is no need for any immediate surgical intervention,” an official statement from the hospital read. The news of his accident was shared by actor Chiranjeevi, who also shared the hospital statement to inform Sai Dharam Tej’s fans that he is doing absolutely fine.

“@IamSaiDharamTej met with an accident few hours ago & has suffered minor injuries & bruises. Wish to share with All Fans & Well Wishers that There is absolutely NO cause for Concern or Anxiety. He is recovering under expert medical supervision & shall be back in a couple of days,” the tweet read.

Dharam Tej’s family members were seen visiting him at the hospital. Pawan Kalyan, Pawan Tej and others were seen at the hospital. A fan shared Pawan Kalyan’s video from the hospital in which he can be heard sharing that currently, Sai Dharam Tej is unconscious and under observation.

In a video being shared on Twitter, Allu Arvind shared that the actor is out of danger and will come to consciousness soon.

Producer Sreenivasa Kumar also tweeted a video of an inspector sharing details of how the accident took place. “Sai Dharam Tej’s bike skid due to mud on the road. He is out of danger and is currently receiving treatment,” police said.

Later, the filmmaker shared an update on Sai Dharam Tej’s health condition. He shared an official statement from Apollo Hospital, which read, “Sai Dharam Tej is stable and al major organs are functioning well. He will continue to be on assisted respiration in ICU for controlled close monitoring and additional investigations will be performed during the day.”

As soon as the news of Sai Dharam Tej went viral, many of his friends tweeted wishing him a speedy recovery. Wild Dog actor Ali Reza tweeted, “Just got to know some unfortunate news about Sai Dharam Tej. Let’s pray for his speedy recocvery. Insha Allah.” Manoj Manchu is “glad” that Sai Dharam Tej is out of danger. “Mithrama #SaiDharamTej We all are glad u r out of danger. recover fast mithrama … love you,” the tweet read. Jr NTR tweeted, “Wishing you a speedy recovery brother.”

Vijay Deverakonda said he is “saying a prayer” for Sai Dharam Tej. “See you on the other side happy, healthy and smiling,” he wrote in a tweet. Actor Naresh sent his warm wishes for Sai Dharam Tej and sent a message to every youngster to be careful when riding a bike. “He is like my son. I hope he recovers soon and gets back to the sets,” he said, adding, “My son Naveen and Sai Dharam Tej are like brothers. He visited my house yesterday. The two had left home on bike. I wanted to stop them. I wanted to talk to them about it because the two are in an age where they should think about their career and marriage. In such an age, such risks should not be taken.” Naresh also remembered Kota Srinivasa Rao, Babu Mohan and other celebrities who lost their young son due to road accident.

Sai Dharam Tej is Chiranjeevi and Pawan Kalyan’s nephew. The actor will next be seen in Republic.

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