Superstar Rajinikanth was reportedly hospitalized for a day (February 22) at Madras Institute of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (MIOT), Chennai.
Reported as a 'routine health check-up', the Enthiran actor was seen leaving the hospital later in the day after being admitted early in the morning.
Looks like all his frequent travel to Malaysia and other places, as a part of his shooting for upcoming flick Kabali, had drained substantial amount of energy, leaving the sexagenarian in a spot of bother.
But the biggest superstar of South India is expected to resume work after resting for a couple of weeks, as advised by the well-known nephrologist, Dr. Ravichandran, according to a report.
By the second week of March, the 65 year-old-actor will join the sets of Shankar's 2.O (Enthiran 2) to feature in the important fight sequence, that will have him locking horns with Akshay Kumar.
Rajinikanth is also expected to finish dubbing for Kabali, which is now in its post-production stage. The Pa Ranjith directorial may release in the month of May.