Dilip Kumar Discharged from Hospital; Saira Banu asks fans to pray for his health

Dilip Kumar Discharged from Hospital; Saira Banu asks fans to pray for his health
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Acting legend Dilip Kumar was discharged from a hospital here on a weekday, 5 days once he was hospitalized because of episodes of dyspnea.

Bollywood legend Dilip Kumar got discharged in Mumbai on a weekday, 5 days once he was hospitalized because of episodes of dyspnea.

The 98-year-old screen icon was admitted to community Khar-based Hinduja Hospital on Sunday, June 6.

Dilip Kumar’s family friend, Faisal Farooqui confirmed this news on Twitter. Farooqui wrote, “With the blessings and prayers of all of you, Dilip Sahab goes to his home from the hospital. Your huge love and fondness forever touch the center of Sahab”.

Dilip Kumar was diagnosed with bilateral serosa effusion — a build-up of excess fluid between the layers of the serosa outside the lungs and underwent a thriving serosa aspiration procedure on Wednesday.

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Dilip Kumar’s spouse, veteran actor Saira Banu aforesaid doctors have suggested he still take antibiotics.

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“The fluid has been removed and he took a rest within the hospital for few days. currently, we have a tendency to are going home. Pray for his physiological condition and pray that he ought to be alright,” Banu told reporters once the actor was discharged from the hospital at around 12:45 PM.

“Doctors have aforesaid that he ought to still have antibiotics through IV. You all please pray for his health,” she added.

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Kumar was ab initio imagined to be discharged on a weekday however the family and also the doctors set to let him rest within the medical facility for one more day.

The Hindi cinema veteran, whose career spans over 5 decades with hits like “Mughal-e-Azam”, “Devdas”, “Naya Daur”, and “Ram Aur Shyam”, was admitted to a similar hospital last month for an everyday health check-up.

Kumar’s last huge screen look was the 1998 film “Qila.