Rajini Responding To Treatment, Says Family

Rajini Responding To Treatment, Says Family
There is good news for superstar Rajinikanth's fans. He is responding well to treatment and is in good health.

Giving an update on Rajinikanth's health, his son-in-law Dhanush said, "Rajinikanth is responding well and there is no kidney transplant."

"Doctors have found the root cause. It's something that can be reversed," he said.

"Rajinikanth is cheerful. He eats what he wants and will return in a week or 10 days," Dhanush said adding that the shooting for his upcoming film Rana will definitely happen.

The superstar is being treated at Singapore's top hospital, the Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre.

There has been some speculation after Dhanush's statement today that Rana is likely to be the Thalaivar's last film. But Dhanush took to Twitter to dismiss the speculation as 'manipulative.' He tweeted: Its really funny how pple can manipulate statements. Haha. God bless.

Then this: "I never said rana s sirs last film. Wen asked whether he ll cont actin n movies I said dat only he shud answer but rana wil happen. god bless

Some good news then, for millions of the Thalaivar's fans.

Rajinikanth suffered from exhaustion on April 29, the first day of the shoot of his latest venture Rana and was admitted to the Isabel Hospital in Chennai. He was discharged the same day only to be readmitted on May 4 for allergic bronchitis and viral fever.

He was then admitted to the Sri Ramachandra Medical Centre on May 13 for respiratory infection and other problems. He was shifted to a private ward last Sunday after being in the intensive care unit.

(With inputs from agencies)