Bollywood’s iconic choreographer Saroj Khan was hospitalised after she complained of breathing trouble.
However, she tested negative for COVID-19, as per media reports.
As being reported, the 71-year-old has been admitted to Guru Nanak Hospital, Bandra, since Saturday.
“She is fine now and recovering. She had breathing issues and was taken to hospital for that. A COVID-19 test was done, which turned out negative. She doesn’t have any symptoms. She is likely to be discharged in a day or two,” informed her relative to an Indian media outlet.
Filmmaker Kunal Kohli, updating fans about Khan’s health, in a tweet wrote that he spoke to her son, Raju Khan, and ‘Masterji’ is doing better and is recuperating.
Spoke to #RajuKhan just now.Son of #SarojKhan,He said Masterji is doing better & is recuperating. She was taken to the hospital as she felt breathless. No covid.She’s better now.He thanks everyone for their prayers & wishes.We hope & pray our beloved Masterji is home soon 🙏 ❤️
— kunal kohli (@kunalkohli) June 24, 2020
Saroj Khan is famous for choreographing Sridevi superhits such as “Main naagin tu sapera”-Nagina and “Hawaa hawaai”-Mr. India.
She has also the person behind Madhuri Dixit’s biggest hits including “Ek do teen” -Tezaab, and “Dhak dhak”-Beta and many others.
Saroj Khan also choreographed Kangana Ranaut’s “Manikarnika” last year and “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” in 2015.