TRENDING: Doctors Play SPB’s Own Songs At The Hospital To Cure Him!

How wonderful!

It is indeed true that something we love the most has the power to cure us and such is the case for legendary singer SP Balasubrahmanyam. It was only recently reported by the singer himself that he has been tested postive for the Coronavirus and that he has developed mild symptoms. In a video that SPB posted on social media, he confirmed that he was taking all the necessary steps to keep his health in place.

Unfortunately things did not go well and his health conditions got severe and is on life support. The MG Hospital confirmed the news that the actor is on ventilator in an official press statement. “There has been a setback in the health of Thiru SP Balasubrahmanyam who had been admitted at MGM healthcare for symptoms of COVID since 5th August 2020. In a late night development on August 13, 2020 his condition has deteriorated. And based on the advice of the expert medical team attending to him, he has been moved to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and he is on life support and his condition remains critical. He is currently under observation by the team and experts from critical care are monitoring his haemodynamic and clinical parameters,” stated the statement.

Ever since, his son and singer SP Charan has been updating to SPB’s fans about his health conditions. In fact, he confirmed that SPB is recovering well and is responding well to treatments. In an effort to keep up the liveliness and postivity of their patients, the hospital encourages music therapy. Same was the case for the legendary singer as well. It is reported that the doctors are playing his own songs and his favourites from his album to make him fee better and positive.

SPB is every music director’s favourite. From Ilayaraja and AR Rahman to Anirudh Ravichander the singer has sung over 40,000 songs till date. As of the latest update his son Charan stated the state of his health is the same as before. The singer is still on ventilator but is fighting very hard to get back to normalcy.

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