Actor Rishi Kapoor was apparently admitted at Lilavati hospital due to a severe backache
If sources are to be believed, Rishi Kapoor was admitted at Bandra’s Lilavati Hospital for two days. It seems that the actor complained of severe backache and was rushed to the hospital on Monday.
A source from the hospital reveals that the actor was treated under neurologist Vinay Chauhan. “Rishi Kapoor was admitted in the hospital for two days as he complained of severe backache. But he was discharged on Wednesday,” says this source.
It may be pointed out that the actor was recently shooting for Umesh Shukla’s upcoming film, All is Well, that also stars newly appointed HRD minister, Smriti Irani, among others. A source close to the actor says that the actor had gone to Lilavati for his regular check-up and is back home now.
“Rishi Kapoor was shooting at a stretch and he was nursing a backache pain since a few days. Initially, he didn’t take it seriously but when the pain shot up, he had to be admitted in the hospital.
The actor even had his regular check up done there. But fortunately, it was nothing major so he was discharged in just two days. There is no reason to worry about his health now as he’s doing better,” says the source.
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