The 61-year-old actor, who has been admitted to Mumbai's Lilavati Hospital, assured his fans that he is 'doing well' and would be home in 'a day or two'
Maharastra Assembly elections 2019: Celebrities come out in large numbers to cast their votes in Mumbai
Govinda, Subhas Gahi, Preity Zinta were among celebrities who cast their votes for Maharastra Assembly elections 2019 on Monday.
Sonia Gandhi, Manmohan Singh, Prithviraj Chavan among 40 star campaigners announced by Congress for Maharashtra Assembly polls
Congress leaders Priyanka Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi are also expected to to hit the hustings ahead of the Maharashtra Assmebly elections, along with Sushilkumar Shinde, Prithviraj Chavan and Ashok Chavan
Polling was held in 17 seats in Maharashtra, including all the six constituencies in Mumbai, in the fourth and final phase of Lok Sabha elections in the state.
Lok Sabha Election Phase 4: Mumbai's five seats set for tough fight; high-profile candidates include Urmila Matondkar, Poonam Mahajan, Priya Dutt
The fourth phase of the Lok Sabha election is scheduled for Monday and will see a close contest in Maharashtra's Mumbai, as several high-profile candidates face-off in the city's constituencies.
Congress' Mumbai North Central candidate Priya Dutt says 'it's not about winning polls, it's about saving the country'
Priya Dutt wears the legacy of her parents — actor-politician father Sunil Dutt and mother, the actor Nargis — lightly, although there is a steely determination to take their work forward
Lok Sabha Election 2019: Rahul Gandhi, Karti Chidambaram, Digvijaya Singh, Shashi Tharoor among key Congress candidates
Congress veteran Sonia Gandhi has returned from her rumoured retirement to fight the election from the Gandhi family's traditional constituency of Rae Bareli.
Milind Deora replaces Sanjay Nirupam as Mumbai Congress chief: Will this end party's woes in the city?
However, Congress in Mumbai is facing a big challenge of not just ensuring that they at least win a couple of seats after the drubbing received in the last general election, but also in keeping the cadre together with repeated reports of infighting emerging from the camp.
Congress releases second list for Lok Sabha polls; fields 16 candidates from Uttar Pradesh, five from Maharashtra
Congress released its first list of 15 candidates on 7 March in which it had announced that UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi will contest from Rae Bareli.
Congress leader Priya Dutt not to contest 2019 LS polls, takes break from active politics to spend more time with family
Congress MP Priya Dutt on Monday announced that she would not contest the 2019 elections and spend more time with her family
Hang glider commissioned to locate 'man-eating' tigress Avni in Maharashtra's Ralegaon; search operation to commence today
The decision to commission the hang glider comes after Maharashtra forest departments have tried to get to a ‘touching distance’ of Avni to dart her with a tranquillizer for the last six months, but have failed.
'Let Avni Live': Twitterati unite to save 'man-eater' tigress T1 after Maharashtra forest dept issues shoot-at-sight orders
In response to the order to kill the 'man-eater' tigress identified as T1 or 'Avni', several activists and NGOs have come together to create the 'Let Avni Live' petition.
Southern industry actress Aditi Seiya had made her Bollywood debut with with Ranbir Kapoor starrer-Sanju, where she played Priya Dutt, Sanjay Dutt's sister
Sanju has received criticism for distorting certain facts about actor Sanjay Dutt's life, on which the film is based.
Veteran Bollywood actress Nargis Rabadi, popularly known as Shammi has passed away at the age of 89
Watch Priya Dutt in conversation with Meghna Pant, right here.
Sanjay Dutt is finally a free man. He was released from Yerawada Central Jail on Thursday.
She also wished that her father, the late Sunil Dutt was alive to witness Sanjay Dutt's return
All indications are that the Congress will view those speaking out against Rahul's coterie of advisers as opportunists and rebels, not as loyalists wanting to see real change in the party.
Congress leader Milind Deora, who had yesterday said that Rahul Gandhi's advisers did not have their "ears to the ground" and those with "no electoral experience" were "calling the shots", today stuck to his guns, saying his comments are borne out of deep loyalty to the party and pain due to its performance in the polls.