Dilip Kumar, the legendary actor, was admitted to Mumbai’s Hinduja hospital on Sunday morning after complaining of shortness of breath. The actor’s manager offered an update on the actor’s health in a post from his verified Twitter account. “Dilip Sahab was admitted to Hinduja Hospital Khar, a non-COVID PD, for standard testing and investigations. He’s had episodes of being out of breath. He is being cared for by a team of healthcare professionals lead by Dr. Nitin Gokhale. Please remember Sahab in your prayers and remain safe “look at the tweet.
At the hospital, the actor is being treated by a team of prominent specialists, including Cardiologist Dr. Nitin Gokhale and Pulmonologist Dr Jalil Parkar. They are keeping a careful eye on him. Last month, the 98-year-old actor was brought to the hospital for a routine health exam and was released two days later.
Dilip Sahab has been admitted to non-Covid PD Hinduja Hospital Khar for routine tests and investigations. He’s had episodes of breathlessness. A team of healthcare workers led by Dr. Nitin Gokhale is attending to him.
Please keep Sahab in your prayers and please stay safe.
— Dilip Kumar (@TheDilipKumar) June 6, 2021
Actor Dilip Kumar said that he and his wife, actress Saira Banu, were under “total isolation and quarantine” as a preventive step against coronavirus before the statewide shutdown was imposed in March of last year. He asked his admirers to “remain indoors as much as possible” in a subsequent message.
Saira Banu also provided an audiovisual message with an update on the iconic actor’s condition, in which she stated, “(We have your affection.) Sab kuch theek hai, Allah ka shukr hai, aap sab ki dua hai We appreciate your kindness, and we are grateful to you and to God. Thank you”
Ehsan Khan, 90, and Aslam Khan, 88, both COVID-positive, were admitted to Mumbai’s Lilavati Hospital for treatment last year, where they perished. Dilip Kumar is well recognized for his roles in classic films such as Kohinoor, Mughal-e-Azam, Shakti, Naya Daur, and Ram Aur Shyam. He last appeared in the film Qila in 1998.