Actor Hrithik Roshan was admitted to Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital after he complained of skin rashes and breathing problem.
He was rushed to the hospital at 6pm on Sunday.
According to doctors, Roshan suffered from an allergic reaction to an antibiotic, which he started taking at home.
“He is stable now. He was given anti-allergic medication in the form of injections. We will observe him till tonight [Sunday night],” said Dr Ram Narain, COO, Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Andheri.
“He will get discharge by night subject to our evolution,” Dr Narain added.
Hrithik's spokesperson said he was admitted for an allergic reaction to an antibiotic that he had. “He is under observation and will be discharged tonight. He is much better now and recuperating", the spokesperson said.
“His 'Guzaarish' released this Friday and the actor was busy with promotions. He was supposed to attend a promotional event and took the medicine before leaving. But, he had an allergic reaction,” sources close to the actor said.
Meanwhile, the 36-year-old actor explaining his condition said, “Doctors confirmed that I experienced allergic reaction to an antibiotic. My lungs just closed. Throat went into spasm, could not breathe.”
“Lips became 10 times their size. I was rushed to the hospital on time. I am under observation and will be discharged late night. But all good. It's always good.”
Striking a positive note, he said, “I am now celebrating from here (hospital bed). No difference,” he added.