Rajinikanth Visits Apollo to Enquire About Jayalalithaa’s Health

He visited the hospital along with his daughter Aishwarya.

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Rajinikanth Visits Apollo to Enquire About Jayalalithaa’s Health

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Following a series of VIP visitors to Apollo Hospitals in Chennai recently, Superstar Rajinikanth visited the hospital on Sunday evening to enquire about CM Jayalalithaa's health.

The veteran actor visited the hospital at 6:15 pm and spent 25 minutes at the premises.

Like everyone else, he was not allowed to visit the CM's ward. The actor visited the hospital along with his daughter Aishwarya.


Meanwhile, it has been six days since the hospital released a health bulletin on her condition. The last update was on 10 October, in which the hospital said that she was being closely monitored.

A new physiotherapist has reportedly been flown in from Singapore on Sunday.

A critical care expert Dr Richard Beale, Nitish Naik, professor of cardiology, AIIMS along with his colleagues GC Khilnani, professor of pulmonary medicine, and Anjan Trikha, professor of anaesthesiology and critical care were back on Thursday to review Jayalalithaa’s condition.

CR Saraswathi, spokesperson of the AIADMK on Friday said, “Jayalalithaa is recovering. She is also aware of what is happening around her.”

Over the last few weeks, politicians and VIPs have visited Apollo to see Jayalalithaa. Earlier this week, DMK Supremo Karunanidhi’s wife Rajathi Ammal, Nita Ambani – the wife of top industrialist Mukesh Ambani – visited the leader on Thursday.

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Topics:  Rajinikanth   J Jayalalithaa 

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