Actor Rajesh Khanna, who was admitted to Lilavati Hospital, was in a stable condition on Sunday. The actor was admitted to the Bandra hospital on Saturday after he complained of exhaustion and weakness.
He is reportedly suffering from a liver-related ailment.
Doctors at the hospital said that Khanna has been admitted to a private room and is doing fine.
"He underwent several investigations at the hospital. Doctors are studying his medical reports to decide on the treatment protocol. He is admitted for better care," said a senior official from the hospital who did not wish to be named, as he is not authorised to talk to the media.
The hospital spokesperson said that Khanna has been admitted on the 11th floor of the hospital and is being treated under Dr Sameer Parekh, the gastroenterologist.
Rajesh Khanna, touted as Hindi cinema's first superstar, began his acting career with Aakhri Khat in 1966 and rose to prominence with his performances in films like Raaz, Do Raaste, Anand, Amar Prem and Aradhana.