Rajinikanth has been admitted to the hospital due to BP problem.
Tamil superstar Rajinikanth today had to be admitted to Apollo Hospital in Hyderabad for health reasons. The hospital has issued a statement giving information about his health. He has a problem of blood pressure. According to the statement released by the hospital, he was shooting a movie in Hyderabad for the last 10 days. Some people present on the set had come corona test positive. However, on December 22, Rajinikanth’s corona test came negative. As a precaution, he isolated himself and his health was constantly being monitored.
His corona test came negative but fluctuations in blood pressure continued, due to which he had to be admitted to the hospital. According to the statement issued by Apollo Hospital, his health is constantly being monitored and he will be discharged from the hospital only after the blood pressure is controlled. They are also experiencing fatigue problems with fluctuations in blood pressure. Apart from this, there are no symptoms of any kind of disease among them.
Admitted during the shooting of a Tamil film
On December 12, Rajinikanth, 70, was shooting the Tamil film Annathe from December 14 in Hyderabad. Earlier this week, four crew members of Annathe were found to be corona positive, after which Rajinikanth also conducted his corona test on 22 December, the result of which came negative. However, as a precaution, the Tamil superstar isolated himself. The production of Annathe is in the final stages and the filmmakers planned to complete it in a single stretch. Apart from Rajinikanth in Annathe, Nayantara, Kirti Suresh, Khushboo, Meena. Prakash Raj, Satish and Suri are also acting.
Plan for political party announcement on 31 December
Rajinikanth is very active even at this stage of age. Earlier this month, he announced his foray into politics and said that an announcement would be made on December 31 regarding his political party. He has been talking about entering politics for the last three years. He said three years ago that if he did not fulfill his promises within three years of coming to power, he would leave the political party.