Soumitra Chatterjee’s Health Condition Improving Gradually
The health condition of veteran actor Soumitra Chatterjee is improving gradually. The 85-year-old Indian actor speaks a few words, opens his eyes, and responds to verbal commands, according to the doctors.
Intensive physiotherapy is going on. The doctors at the private hospital in Kolkata’s Minto Park are hopeful that the old artist will be able to walk by the day, Indian media report.
Doctors at Belle Vue Clinic are also thinking of reading stories before Soumitra to keep his mind well.
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Hospital sources said that Soumitra is responding to the treatment based on specific plans. No new complications or fevers. Doctors think that high levels of steroid use have also been effective for Soumitra Babu. He was admitted to the hospital 12 days ago. He is still undergoing treatment for the infection and some other problems with the covid ser.
Soumitra Has been in the hospital since October 6. Though not negative, he is still being treated for various infection problems.
He was born on 19 January 1935 in Krishnanagar in The Riveria district of West Bengal. He studied literature at Amherst Street City College, Kolkata University. In 1959, he first acted in the film ‘Apur Sansar’ under the direction of Oscar winner Satyajit Ray.
Soumitra Chattopadhyay has acted in 14 of Satyajit’s 34 films. He also acted in dramas and journeys besides films. Besides acting, the artist is also a talented artist.
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