Earlier on Wednesday, Kumar's wife Saira Banu was quoted saying, "He is doing much better than yesterday".
Reports emerged on Thursday that Kumar is suffering from a kidney ailment.
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Veteran actor Dilip Kumar is stable and is under observation at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), his niece Shaheen Bahu confirmed, denying that the rumours that the 94-year-old actor had been put on ventilator. Dilip Kumar has been ill and he has been admitted in hospital. "He is stable". One of the leading news agencies have also reported that creatinine levels in Dilip Kumar's blood are rising and he has been admitted to the ICU and is possibly being treated for renal failure. A team of doctors is treating him.
The actor was admitted in the hospital after he complained of dehydration and urinary problems. He is now admitted to a general room and after he goes through the antibiotics process he will be brought back to his private room.We hope the actor has a speedy recovery soon. He was rushed to the ICU at Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai on Wednesday evening. He had stated, "His kidney functions are yet to normalize". He even celebrated his 94th birthday on December 11 a year ago in hospital. But luckily the veteran actor walked out of the hospital on April 20, in good health.
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Kumar, a recipient of Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan, is known for his memorable performances in films like Mughal-e-Azam, Naya Daur, Devdas, Karma, Saudagar and others.
Dilip Kumar, fondly known as Dilip Saab was last seen in the film Qila in 1998.
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