Dilip Kumar Discharged From Hospital and His Fans are Happy

MUMBAI: Bollywood actor Dilip Kumar was discharged from Lilavati Hospital today afternoon. He was being treated there for the last  few days for dehydration and kidney problem. Saira Bano, the wife of Dilip Kumar accompanied him outside the hospital.

Entire team of doctors and staff of the hospital gathered to say good bye to 94 year old actor. Saira Bano expressed her gratitude to the doctors and staff of hospital. She also sent a message, informing the well being and discharge Dilip Kumar from the hospital.

The social media message from Saira Bano said: “By the grace of Allah, Dilip Sahab is under the care of Dr.Nitin Gokhale and Dr.Arun Shah of Lilavati Hospital and Sahab’s personal family physicians Dr.R.C.Sharma and Dr.S.Gokhale, along with the able input of Dr.S.D.Bapat. This excellent team has given the green signal to take Sahab home today.

My gratitude to fans, friends, for prayers, doctors for expert treatment, hospital staff and Sahab’s personal attendants for all the care .

It is the Almighty God’s will and benevolence that I wish to acknowledge in all humanity and gratitude.  “

Dilip Kumar’s health has been a constant cause of concern for the ageing actor. He was admitted in Hospital quite frequently during the last 3 years. His wife and Ex Bollywood Heroine Saira Banu stood by his side and proved herself to be an idol wife.

This time Dilip Kumar was admit for a whole week in the hospital. He was also put into ICU for some time. His fans organized prayers for his speedy recovery. The news of  Dilip Kumar’s discharge from Hospital was welcomed by many Bollywood stars as well as his fans .

Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan and other Super Stars who wished his speedy recovered expressed happiness over his recovery and discharge from the hospital. It should be noted that Aamir  Khan himself is suffering from dengue and he is bedridden .

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