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Exclusive! ‘Randeep Hooda is okay; Nothing to worry,’ says Breach Candy Hospital

Exclusive! ‘Randeep Hooda is okay; Nothing to worry,’ says Breach Candy Hospital
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FacebookTwitterPintrestBy – TIMESOFINDIA.COMVickey LalwaniUpdated: Aug 26, 2020, 23:54 ISTfacebooktwitterincomCredits: Yogen ShahSince morning, the news that Randeep Hooda has been admitted to Breach Candy Hospital had all of us concerned. We now bring you the health update on the actor.

ETimes spoke to Breach Candy Hospital a while ago whose official said that Hooda is doing okay and there is nothing to worry about.
We also have it that a close member of Randeep’s family is with him and he’s admitted in the D-South ward.

The ‘Highway’ actor had walked into the hospital unfazed. We further have it that it was a long-pending surgery and an elective one.
Like the norm is, Randeep had to undergo a Coronavirus test before getting admitted, for which he tested negative.
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