Legendary actor Rajinikanth has been discharged on Sunday, December 27 from Apollo Hospital, Hyderabad after examining his medical condition. His blood pressure is now stabilized and the veteran actor is feeling much better now. News agency ANI shared the hospital’s statement on its Twitter account. It read, “In view of his improved medical condition, Rajinikanth is being discharged from the hospital today. His blood pressure has been stabilized and he is feeling much better: Apollo Hospital, Hyderabad”. Also Read - From Covid Fight To Rajinikanth's Appeal To His Fans: Top News Headlines From Tamil Nadu
Rajinikanth was admitted to Apollo Hospitals in Hyderabad for severe blood pressure fluctuation on 25 December. On Sunday morning, his medical reports arrived and they showed that there is nothing alarmingly wrong with him. Even the doctors said that he is stable. Also Read - Rajinikanth To Resume Shooting of Annaatthe in February Next Year in Chennai Following His Health Conditions
The doctors have advised him “complete bed rest” for one week, minimal physical activity and to avoid stress.
Rajinikanth was shooting for the Tamil film Annaatthe in Hyderabad when he was admitted to Apollo Hospital. He was there for the last 10 days when his health deteriorated. The actor was tested for COVID-19 and was found negative. However, a couple of people on the film sets tested positive for coronavirus. Since then he isolated himself and was monitored closely. His blood pressure showed severe fluctuations and needed further evaluation for which he was admitted to the hospital.