Suraj Samajralita Mangeshkar’s health is constantly improving. He has been admitted to Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai for the last three days. Lata was admitted to the ICU on Monday after suffering from shortness of breath. His condition was critical for 2 days. However, now his family has released a health update on Friday, saying that Lata’s health is much better than before.
Lata Mangeshkar’s health is getting better
Releasing the statement, Lata Mangeshkar’s team said, “We are happy to tell you that Lata Didi is much better than ever with your prayers and wishes.”
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Earlier on Thursday, Lata Mangeshkar’s family released her health update and said, ‘Lata Di’s condition is much better and stable than before. Thank you all for the prayers. We wish him an improvement in his health so that he can return home soon. Thank you all for staying with us and respecting our privacy. ‘
Internal Medicine Physician doctor Pratit Samdani told our associate newspaper Times of India on Tuesday that Lata Mangeshkar has a problem in her left ventricular and is also suffering from pneumonia. His condition is critical, but there has been some improvement. Doctors say that the left ventricle supplies the maximum pumping power of the heart and is most essential for normal function.
In this condition, the left side of the heart has to work more. Breach Candy Hospital has not given any more information about Lata’s health.
Hospital sources said the singer is showing “some signs of improvement but it will take time for her to recover”.
“She is showing some signs of improvement but it will take time for her to recover. She has pneumonia and chest infection. Any person suffering from it takes time to recover from it,” a hospital insider told PTI.
In her over a seven-decade career, Mangeshkar has sung more than 30,000 songs across languages.
She considered one of the greatest playback singers in Indian cinema. She received the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian honor, in 2001.
Mangeshkar’s last full Hindi album for the late filmmaker Yash Chopra-directed 2004 film Veer-Zaara.