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July 09, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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The health condition of wrestler turned Bollywood actor Dara Singh still remains critical after undergoing treatment at the Andheri’s Kokilaben hospital last Sunday.

The India Times reports that Singh was rushed to the hospital on Saturday evening after suffering from cardiac arrest.

Executive director Dr Ram Narain said Singh was extremely critical, has been breathing with the help of a ventilator and is on a high-dose medication to support his blood pressure.

Dr Narain said Singh was rushed to the hospital by his son Vindoo and upon arrival he had no blood pressure and was resuscitated by doctors and later shifted to the ICU.

Vindoo earlier said his father had a rare nerve problem called chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy and was unable to do things himself.

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