Actor-producer Raghavendra Rajkumar, who was recently hospitalised due to ill-health is shifted to Manipal Hospital for further treatment. He was admitted to Columbia Asia hospital on Wednesday (Oct 16) after he collapsed in his residence, when he was doing his regular workout in the gym.
It was reported that Raghavendra Rajkumar was suffering from a blood clot in his brain, which was the main reason for his collapse. The actor was operated soon after admission to remove the clot from one of the blood vessels in the brain. Sources said that the actor is back to normal, and also he was seen walking in the hospital premises.
Speaking to press persons, Raghavendra Rajkumar's elder brother Shivaraj Kumar said, "There is no cause for worry. He is out of danger. He was walking in the hospital premises this morning."
Initially, it was suspected that Ragahvendra Rajkumar had suffered heart attack, but the angiogram test, which was conducted in the hospital revealed that he did not have any heart problem. Besides acting in a dozen Kannada movies, Raghavendra produced hit films such as Jackie, Anna Bond and Yaare Koogadali, starring his younger brother Puneet Rajkumar. Meanwhile, Raj's family fans are praying for the speedy recovery of the actor.