Rishi Kapoor discharged from Lilavati hospital


Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor who was admitted to Mumbai Lilavati hospital following malaria and dengue co-infection has been discharged from hospital Thursday night. He is doing fine, informs family members.

"Rishi Kapoor is absolutely fine now and he got discharged last night (Thursday night)," a source close to the family old IANS.

A team of officers from BMC's pesticide department visit the Kapoor’s Pali Hill bungalow and found spot of aedes mosquito breeding.

The 62-year-old actor was admitted on Tuesday, as per hospital sources.

Rajan Naringrekar, head of pesticide department in BMC, said, "We found aedes mosquito breeding spot in the feng shui plant kept in the garden. Feng shui plants are notorious spots for aedes mosquitoes to breed. We have been requesting people to ensure that the do's and don'ts are followed strictly because 85% of the breeding spots are found indoors."

We wish the ‘Karz’ actor a speedy recovery!