Nawazuddin Siddiqui was recently admitted to a suburban hospital in Mumbai, as he had high fever and a sore throat.
According to Hindustan Times, the "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" actor has now been discharged from the hospital. Reports suggested that Nawazuddin was suffering from dengue, but the actor rubbished the reports.
"I had a throat infection, so I was hospitalised. But now, I am feeling much better. I will resume work soon," the actor told Hindustan Times.
Nawazuddin was shooting for Anurag Kashyap's film when he was admitted to the hospital. Apparently, the actor was mouthing the dialogues of the film even in the semiconscious state.
"Since he was shooting for Anurag's (Kashyap; director) film at that time, he was still in character. So, in a semiconscious state he started mouthing his dialogues from the film," an insider told the daily, adding, that the "unusual experience that took place at the emergency ward of the hospital."
"Even other patients in the ward were shocked, since they hadn't seen anything like that before. After an initial check-up, Nawaz was shifted to a separate room in the hospital," the insider added.
According to reports, Nawazuddin will resume work soon and continue with the shooting of "Raman Raghav 2.0". Apart from "Raman Raghav 2.0", the actor is also working with Shah Rukh Khan in Rahul Dholakia's directorial film "Raees".