Veteran actor Pran in hospital

Mumbai, Nov 19 (IANS) Veteran actor Pran, 92, is in hospital but there is no cause for worry, a spokesperson of the Lilavati Hospital here said Monday.

"Pran is hospitalised here. He was admitted on Friday. He is here for just a routine check−up and is doing fine," Suhir Dagaonkar told IANS.

"I can't talk about his discharge dates right now. But he is fine," said Dagaonkar.

Pran, the quintessential villain in movies like "Brahmachari", later went on to expand his repertoire in films like "Zanjeer", "Karz" and "Don".

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