Hyderabad: The acclaimed Bollywood director Nishikant Kamat, hospitalised a day ago, is currently stable. Kamat was admitted to the Asian Institute of Gastroenterology (AIG) Hospital in Gachibowli in the evening hours of August 11. While he was critical at the time of admission, he is reportedly stable.
In a statement to the press, AIG Hospital confirmed that the 50-year-old director was brought to their hospital after being diagnosed with jaundice and abdominal distention At the institution, he was diagnosed with chronic liver disease and is currently under continuous monitoring.
The release added that he is the supervision of senior consultants, including Gastroenterologists, Hepatologists, and Critical Care Specialists.
It was further reported that his condition is critical, but he is stable.
The director has previously battled liver cirrhosis in the past, which, as per sources, has relapsed again.
Nishikant Kamal is most known for his Tabu and Ajay Devgan starer Drishyam, Irfan Khan starer Madari, Mumbai Meri Jaan, and Force. His Marathi debut, Dombivali, went on to win the National Award for Best Feature Film in 2005.