Rajinikanth progressing well, says Hyderbad hospital; decision on actor's discharge soon

Rajinikanth was admitted at Apollo hospital in Hyderabad on Friday after his blood pressure showed severe fluctuations. Doctors have said that the actor will undergo more tests and needs complete rest
Rajinikanth progressing well, says Hyderbad hospital; decision on actor's discharge soon

Megastar Rajinikanth, who is currently admitted at a hospital in Hyderabad, is progressing well and his blood pressure is on the higher side despite being under better control than yesterday, hospital authorities said on Sunday. He is likely to undergo more tests as his blood pressure continues to be high.

“Rajinikanth who was admitted at the hospital yesterday is progressing well. He has had an uneventful night his blood pressure is still on the higher side despite being under better control than yesterday,” the hospital said in an official statement. The hospital has said that so far, the actor’s health examination has not unveiled anything alarming and further examinations are underway. Reportedly, the actor will be in hospital at least till Saturday evening. The doctors are likely to take a calling on the actor's discharge from the hospital. If Rajinikanth's health improves, the actor is likely to fly back to Chennai.

The doctors have said that they will continue monitoring the actor closely. Doctors have advised the megastar complete rest given his fluctuating blood pressure and nobody is allowed to meet him at the hospital.

On Friday, the megastar was admitted at Apollo hospital in Hyderabad after his blood pressure showed severe fluctuations. Though he did not have any symptoms of Covid-19, further evaluation was needed. On Tuesday, the rumours of Rajinikanth testing Covid positive spread, but the superstar clarified that it wasn’t the case. The actor was shooting for Director Siva’s next venture Annatthe in Hyderabad when a couple of the staff tested Covid positive. While the superstar had tested negative, he isolated himself and was under constant monitoring.

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