Rajinikanth admitted to Kauvery Hospital in Chennai days after he was honoured Dadasaheb Phalke Award
Megastar Rajinikanth has been admitted to Kauvery Hospital in Chennai a couple of days after he was honoured with the highest Dadasaheb Phalke Award at the 67th National Films Awards 2021. Well, the actor was admitted to the private hospital for a routine check-up. According to a report published in Times Of India, the actor’s spokesperson told, “It is only for a regular check-up.” Furthermore, it is also reported that he will remain in the hospital for a day to undergo the required tests.
A few days ago, Rajinikanth even celebrated his big win with his son-in-law and actor Dhanush who also bagged the Best Actor award for Asuran at the National Films Awards 2021. Sharing some pictures with him, Dhanush wrote, “To win a national award for best actor on the same stage where my Thalaivar was winning the prestigious Dada Saheb Phalke award was just indescribable. Thank You to the National award jury for bestowing me with this honour. Also Thank you to the press and media for your constant support.”
Meanwhile, during the speech, superstar Rajinikanth thanked his bus driver friend.
Actor Rajinikanth has been admitted to Kauvery Hospital in Chennai, says the hospital. pic.twitter.com/ONK6w0icrt
— ANI (@ANI) October 28, 2021
He said, “I am extremely happy to receive this most prestigious Dadasaheb Phalke Award. My thanks to the honourable central government. I dedicate this award to my mentor, my guru K Balachander. This moment, I remember him with great gratitude, and my brother Satyanrayan Gaikwad who’s like my father who brought me up by teaching me great values, and spirituality. My friend in Karnataka, bus transport driver, my colleague – Rajbahadur. When I was the bus conductor, he identified the acting talent in me and encouraged me to join the cinema. All my producers, director, co-artistes, technicians, distributors, exhibitors and the media, press and all my fans. Tamil people – without them I am no body. Jai Hind!”