The condition of veteran actor Vikram Gokhale remains critical. A few days back, he was admitted to Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital in Pune due to health issues. A report in the Marathi outlet Navashakti mentioned that his condition had stabilized after treatment at the hospital. But the latest reports have claimed that his condition has started deteriorating again for the last few days. Now his family friend has shared his health update.
His condition is very serious in the last 24 hours
Vikram Gokhale's family friend Rajesh Damle shared an update on the actor's health with India Today and revealed that his condition is very critical in the last 24 hours and doctors are doing their best. "He is fighting for the last 24 hours. Multiple organ failure has been reported. Updates will be shared as and when there is development in his health. He is not responding to medicines as expected by doctors. Though doctors are working hard for him," he said. are doing."
The family denied the news of the death
On Wednesday, rumors of his death started going viral on social media. However, Vikram's family denied the rumors regarding the death of the veteran actor. According to ANI's tweet, "The condition of veteran actor Vikram Gokhale is still critical and he is on a life support system. He has not passed away yet. Keep praying for him." Please tell me that Vikram Gokhale's daughter confirmed this.
Vikram Gokhale's wife made this disclosure
Meanwhile, Vikram's wife said in a conversation with times that he had gone into a coma yesterday afternoon and after that, he did not respond to touch. Vrushali said, "He is on ventilator. Doctors will decide tomorrow morning what to do, depending on whether his condition is improving or worsening. He is not responding." He also said that Gokhale has several heart and kidney problems.
Started directing with trauma
He is the son of Marathi theater and film actor Chandrakant Gokhale. Vikram Gokhale is best known for his roles in Marathi theatre, Hindi films, and television. He made his directorial debut in 2010 with the Marathi film Tram. After working in more than 90 films and plays, he retired from stage activities in 2016 following a throat ailment.