Actor and wrestler Dara Singh, who rose to fame with his portrayal of Hanuman in Ram Anand Sagar’s ‘Ramayan’, is said to be suffering from brain hemorrhage and can go into coma anytime.
The actor was rushed to Kokilaben Hospital on Saturday after the actor suffered from cardiac arrest. The actor underwent dialysis and the hospital released a medical bulletin stating that there was severe damage to brain.
“Kokilaben Hospital releases medical bulletin on Dara Singh says he is suffering from brain hemorrhage,” tweeted ABP News.
“Dara Singh can go into coma anytime: Kokilaben Hospital's medical bulletin,” they further added.
Previously Coo of Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Ram Narain, said that actor was in very critical condition.
“His condition is still very critical. MRI is showing significant damage to brain due to decreased oxygen supply to brain when he had the cardiac arrest,” said Ram Narain.
Dara Singh’s son and actor Vidhu Dara Singh confirmed the same.
“His condition is not good at all,” he said.
The actor has been visited by his close friends Dharmendra, Raza Murad, Farah Khan among others.
The actor is known for his performances in movies Watan Se Door, Rustom-E-Baghdad, Sher Dil, Sikandar E Azam, Raaka, Mera Naam Joker, Dharam Karam and Mard. His last movie was ‘Jab We Met’, where he played Kareena Kapoor’s Grandfather.
Dara Singh also won the title of Rustam-e-Hind for his wrestling prowess.