Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh, who is suffering from dengue, is recovering at a hospital in Mumbai. He has thanked his well-wishers for their support which he says has helped him tide over his weakest hour.
The ailing actor reached out to his friends and fans via
Twitter. "Your love and blessings have helped me fight this
illness. Thank you all for the warmth and wishes that helped me
tide over my weakest hour," he tweeted.
The 28-year-old was admitted to a suburban hospital on September
27 following high fever. Doctors diagnosed it to be a case of
dengue. He is likely to be discharged from the hospital today but
is advised to rest for 15 more days.
"Ranveer Singh is on the road to recovery. However, doctors have
advised complete rest for the next 15 days," said a source.
Ranveer was shooting in Durgapur, near Kolkata, for
Gunday when he began to suffer from high fever. Despite
the condition, he continued to shoot as per the schedule to avoid
any inconvenience and loss to the production.
Ranveer''s illness delays the dubbing and music launch of his
upcoming movie Ram Leela. And this incident will also push
the shooting dates of Gunday and Kill
Ram Leela has already created a buzz with its trailer.
Ranveer is paired with actress Deepika Padukone in the movie, which
has given him an ample chance to show off his chiselled physique.
Ram Leela will hit the theatres on November 15.