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Rishi Kapoor on his health condition: ‘Delhi pollution caught me’

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 3 February 2020, 14:56 IST
Rishi Kapoor on his health condition

Bollywood’s veteran Rishi Kapoor who was in Delhi to attend Armaan Jain's mehendi ceremony along with his wife Neetu Kapoor was rushed to the hospital on Sunday after suffering a relapse. As soon as he got admitted the news spread like a wildfire leaving his fans worried.

As per PTI reports the actor revealed that nothing serious happened to him and believes that Delhi pollution is the reason behind his ill health. "I have had an infection which is getting treated. Nothing dramatic. Pollution got me, I guess."


Rishi, Ranbir and Neetu Kapoor

 

As per reports, on hearing Rishi being admitted Ranbir Kapoor and his girlfriend Alia Bhatt flew down to Delhi to be at his father’s side. The couple gave Armaan’s mehendi a miss because of this reason. The Brahmanstra actors were supposed to perform at his brother’s function had to opt-out.

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Coming back to Rishi, the actor announced his next project which will be the remake of Hollywood film The Intern also starring Deepika Padukone. Yesterday, before rushing to the hospital the actor took to his Twitter handle and voiced his concern over the recent Union Budget 2020. He wrote, “Just had a thought. Respected Union finance Madame Nirmala Sitharaman whilst preparing the Indian annual budget must talk a trillion rupees there a trillion rupees here. Billion would be a small denominator. (Continued)”

 

 

Early today Ranbir and Alia who were here for Rishi were spotted at airport returning to Mumbai. Brahmastra actor was seen protecting his darling lady as they made their way to the car.

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First published: 3 February 2020, 14:56 IST
 
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