Sharing his image with Dilip Kumar and Saira Banu, Dharmendra wrote in his second tweet, ‘Friends, Dilip sahib, a noble soul man, your heartfelt prayers for an incomparable fan will certainly come once more… Thank you all.’
Let us inform that Dr Jaleel Parkar, a pulmonologist treating Dilip Kumar at PD Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai, has advised that the actor has been recognized with bilateral pleural effusion and has been saved on oxygen help within the ICU ward. His situation is secure. The accumulation of water across the lungs contained in the chest is named ‘pleural effusion’ in medical language. Due to repeated accumulation of water within the chest, the stress on the lungs causes shortness of breath.