Dilip Kumar admitted to Mumbai’s Lilavati hospital; actor suffering from pneumonia

Expert actor Dilip Kumar was hurried to Mumbai’s Lilavati hospital on Saturday morning after he complains of respiratory troubles. He has also been make a diagnosis with pneumonia, but the actor is doing well, family buddy Udaya Tara Nayyar confirmed to IANS. The 93-year-old actor was suffering from fever and had vomited a little times, following which doctors give advice the relatives to admit him to the hospital. Previous, information stated that the after that 72 hours are central for the actor, but a doctor attending to the actor said that he is steady. “Dilip Kumar is suffering from Aspiration pneumonia. He is steady and under surveillance,” Dr Jalil Parkar told Mid-Day.

Dilip Kumar admitted to Mumbai's Lilavati hospital

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Expert Actor Dilip Kumar Condition is Stable

The “Devdas” actor was admitted to Lilavati Hospital at 2.00 a.m. on Saturday. “He had lofty fever today (Saturday) morning so we get him to hospital. The actor has pneumonia and the doctors have underway the medicine. He is steady now, and under surveillance. The actor is not in ICU. He is doing well Nayar told IANS. Dilip, who is one of the premium Bollywood actors, was born as Muhammad Yusuf Khan on Dec. 11, 1922. The “final way actor” started his vocation as an actor in 1944 movie “Jwar Bhata.”

Dilip Kumar Movies List

Dilip has acted in additional than 60 films in his profession spanning over six decades. He acted in all genres of movies and was crowned with the name of “Tragedy King” for playing the character of doomed follower. Some of his unforgettable pictures comprise “Jogan” (1949), “Baabul” (1950), “Daag” (1952), “Devdas” (1955), “Naya Daur” (1957), “Mughal-e-Azam” (1960), “Ram Aur Shyam” (1967), “Kranti” (1981), “Mashaal” (1984), “Karma” (1986) and “Saudagar” (1991). He has been privileged with the Padma Bhushan and the Dadasaheb Phalke prizes by the Government of India for his payment to Indian films.