Rajinikanth visits hospital to enquire about Jayalalithaa's health

Superstar Rajinikanth along with his daughter Aishwarya Dhanush visited Apollo Hospitals in Chennai to enquire about the current health condition of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa

IANS October 16, 2016 21:29:02 IST
Rajinikanth visits hospital to enquire about Jayalalithaa's health

Chennai: Superstar Rajinikanth along with his daughter Aishwarya Dhanush visited Apollo Hospitals in Chennai on Sunday where Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa is undergoing treatment, to enquire about her current health condition.

According to a source, the actor spent nearly 25 minutes in the premises.

"He (Rajinikanth) was not allowed to visit the CM's ward. He enquired about her health condition and prayed for her speedy recovery," the source told IANS.

The 68-year-old politician was admitted to the Apollo Hospitals on 22 September for fever and dehydration.

In its last medical bulletin, which was released on 10 October, it was revealed Jayalalithaa is making slow progress but did not say for how long she may have to stay in the hospital.

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