"He is much better and is on road to recovery," said Dr Jalil Parkar, who is attending to him. Earlier, the doctors said that he would be discharged on Wednesday
Dilip Kumar was born Mohammad Yusuf Khan and his six-decade career is studded with acclaimed classics such as Madhumati, Devdas, Mughal-e-Azam, Ganga Jamuna, Ram Aur Shyam and Naya Daur
"We can't say he's out of danger right now. We have to see for at least two more days, right now there is no need for an ICU for him. We have kept him under close observation. We can't say about discharge. We'll decide after 72 hours of observation," said Jalil Parkar
"Dilip Sahab was admitted to Lilavati Hospital for treatment of high fever and chest infection on April 15 night. He was advised intravenous administration of antibiotics for speedy recovery. Oral drugs would not act as fast as the IV injections, the doctors advised. Hence it became necessary to shift him to the hospital"
"I got a call that he was unwell. He had fever and had vomited a few times. He was suffering from pneumonia as well. His white blood cells had shot up. We thought it would be better to admit him to hospital," said Dr Jalil Parkar
Dilip Kumar is walking and talking to everyone, said doctors
Doctors said that veteran actor Dilip Kumar's condition is improving and he will be sent home in the next three-four days
Legendary actor Dilip Kumar's 91st birthday was attended by stars like Rani Mukherji, Dharmendra and Asha Parekh. His family and doctors were also part of the quiet celebrations.
Legendary actor Dilip Kumar, who turned 91 on Wednesday, December 11, will have a quiet celebration with close friends, family and a team of doctors, says his wife Saira Banu.