The tweet read as ”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.”
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Dilip Sahab has been admitted to non-Covid PD Hinduja Hospital Khar for routine tests and investigations. He’s had… https://t.co/WhDapmtt8Z
— Dilip Kumar (@TheDilipKumar) 1622958907000
Fans of the actor are praying for his speedy recovery. While one user, ”Praying For Your Speedy Recovery Dilip Saheb You will get well very soon we all know that.. Lot’s of love To You”.
Another one tweeted, ”I pray Allah gives to Sir Dilip healthy, blessed and longer life. (Ameen) God is Great”.
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@TheDilipKumar I pray Allah gives to Sir Dilip healthy, blessed and longer life. (Ameen) God is Great
— Hafeez Khan Bollywood Mumbai India (@HafeezK77547223) 1622959277000
@TheDilipKumar Wishing you Speedy Recovery Sir More Power to you !!!
— Akshay Dalvi (@AkshayDalvi_) 1622961046000
@TheDilipKumar May Allah give him shifa and speedy recovery. Ameen!
— Usman Khan (@UsmanKh680) 1622959221000
@TheDilipKumar May Allah bless Dilip Sahab, a complete health and speedy recovery
— Fazal Ur Rehman (@furehman1969) 1622959351000
@TheDilipKumar Praying For Your Speedy Recovery Dilip Saheb ❤You will get well very soon we all know that.. Lot’s… https://t.co/SocOyOkK8V
— Kakoli Roy (@KakoliAdherent) 1622960919000
Saira Banu said, “He was unwell, he had some breathing problems so he has been admitted to a non-Covid hospital in Khar today. A blood test and other checkups will be done today to know why this has happened.”
A few days back, the actor was making headlines as his ancestral home was turned into a museum, announced by the Pakistan government. Speaking about the same, Saira had told, “I am happy that it is being handed over to the archaeological department for a fitting museum.”
On the work front, he was last seen in the 1998 film, ‘Qila’.