Rishi Kapoor returns home, reveals why he was hospitalized in Delhi
New Delhi : Actor Rishi Kapoor has returned to his Mumbai residence after being admitted to a Delhi hospital over the weekend. He dismissed all reports making a round in media about his bad health and clarified that he have less white blood cells which make him prone to the infection. Bad weather condition in the national capital left him sick and for the treatment he was in the hospital.
"Dear family, friends, foes and followers. I have been overwhelmed by all your concern about my health. Thank you. I have been filming in Delhi past 18 days and because of the pollution and my, I caught an infection whereby I had to be hospitalized," read his tweet.
In a separate tweet, Rishi Kapoor "put to rest" all rumours about his health: "I was running a slight fever and on investigation, doctors found a patch (which could have led to pneumonia)... was detected and is being cured. People seem to have assumed a lot different. I put to rest all those stories and look forward to entertain and love you. I am now in Mumbai."
On Sunday, Rishi Kapoor had spoke to a news agency PTI and told them, "I have had an infection which am getting treated. Nothing dramatic. Pollution got me, I guess."
Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt paid him a visit in the Delhi hospital.
On the work front, Rishi Kapoor was last seen in investigative thriller The Body, in which he played a cop. He just announced a new film - a Hindi remake of Hollywood hit The Intern - co-starring Deepika Padukone.