After testing positive for Covid-19 and strong symptoms, Randhir Kapoor was admitted to a private hospital in Mumbai a few days ago.
Randhir is reported that he is now recovering well and feels better. While still, he has not tested negative for the coronavirus.
Randhir Kapoor said that he is feeling well after spending a couple of days in the ICU and is hoping to be discharged soon.
Also, Randhir clarified that he did not require oxygen in the hospital as he didn’t feel breathless.
Randhir said, “I am recovering well and should be home soon. I was never breathless. I just had a fever.”
The doctors treating him at Mumbai’s Kokilaben Hospital had also confirmed earlier that his condition continues to be stable. Thousands and millions of Indians are rushing to hospitals amidst the second wave of the Covid-19 scare.
After working as a child in the 1950s films “Shree 420” and “Do Ustad”, Randhir Kapoor acted as a leading hero in his own directorial debut film “Kal Aaj Aur Kal” in 1971. He also featured in films like “Jeet”, “Jawani Diwani”, “Lafange”, “Raampur Ka Lakshman”, “Haath Ki Safai”, among others.
He later directed two more films — “Dharam Karam”, featuring father Raj Kapoor, Rekha, Dara Singh and 1991 blockbuster romantic drama “Henna”, starring Rishi Kapoor.
Besides backing “Henna”, Randhir Kapoor has also produced films like “Prem Granth” and “Aa Ab Laut Chalen”, which also happens to be the last movie under the family banner of R K Films.