Rajinikanth “Progressing Well, Blood Pressure On Higher Side”: Apollo Hospital


Rajinikanth was in Hyderabad for his film “Annathe” but the shoot was cancelled earlier this week after four members of the crew tested positive for coronavirus. Rajinikanth had tested negative for Covid on Tuesday, Apollo Hyderabad said. 

Actor-politician Rajinikanth, who was admitted to a Apollo hospital in Hyderabad on Friday over “excessive fluctuations” in his blood pressure, is “progressing well”, a medical bulletin stated this morning. His blood pressure, however, is “nonetheless at the higher aspect”, it added.

“Rajinikanth who was admitted yesterday is progressing well. He had an uneventful night and his blood pressure continues to be on the higher side although under better control than yesterday. His investigations have not revealed something alarming thus far. He is scheduled for a further set of investigations today, rreports of which will be available by today evening,” this morning’s statement by the Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad, read.

He has been suggested “complete rest” and “visitors are not being allowed to visit him,” it further added. A decision on his discharge might be taken by way of the nighttime, as in line with the assertion.

Tamil Nadu leader Minister E Palaniswami today spoke to the 70-year-old movie star on cellphone and wished him quick recovery.

His fans and admirers are hoping that the subsequent week’s enormously-predicted occasion whilst he is scheduled to announce the release date of his new political party may not be cancelled. The December 31 event comes just months beforehand of the Tamil Nadu election.

Written by PriyankaB


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