Mumbai: Actor Rajinikanth, who was admitted to Apollo Hospital due to high blood pressure, is recovering. This information was given by the hospital on Saturday. An official release said that Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K. Palaniswami spoke to Rajinikanth on the phone and took care of him. He did a quick recovery job for the actor.
The hospital’s bulletin said his blood pressure was still high, but he was more in control than on Friday. It said 70-year-old Rajinikanth has been investigated and nothing frightening has been found. They are due to undergo further tests on Saturday, with reports to be received by evening.
“Rajinikanth was admitted to the hospital yesterday and his health is improving,” the hospital said. His blood pressure remains high even though he has more control than yesterday.
It was said that blood pressure medications were being modified and their health was being monitored. They are told to relax completely and visitors are not allowed to meet them. “Based on the investigation and how much blood pressure can be controlled, it will be decided to release him from the hospital by evening,” the bulletin said.
Rajinikanth was admitted to the Apollo Hospital in Hyderabad on Friday due to fluctuating blood pressure. He had been shooting a film here since December 13th. He isolated himself after four crew members were found to be suffering from Covid-19. However, during the investigation it became clear that he was not infected. Telangana Governor Tamilisai Sundararajan, TDP Chief N. Chandrababu Naidu and actor-leader Kamal Haasan wished Rajinikanth a speedy recovery.