National Award-winning choreographer Sivasankar was hospitalised after testing positive for Covid-19. He is currently in critical condition at a private hospital in Hyderabad.
Sonu Sood (R) promises to take care Covid positive choreographer Sivasankar’s medical expenses.
National Award-winning choreographer Sivasankar tested positive for Covid-19 and is currently battling for life. He was admitted to a private hospital in Gachibowli in Hyderabad earlier this week. Reportedly, Sivasankar is in critical condition and doctors are treating him. Since his wife and elder son contracted the virus, his younger son Ajay Krishna has been taking care of the family. Ajay Krishna sought financial help from the film industry. Sonu Sood revealed that he is in touch with Sivasankar’s family and will be fulfilling their needs.
SIVASANKAR IN CRITICAL CONDITION AFTER TESTING POSITIVE FOR COVID-19
Earlier this week, dance choreographer Sivasankar tested positive for the novel coronavirus. He was rushed to AIG Hospitals in Hyderabad and is currently in critical condition. Reportedly, 75 per cent of his lungs have been affected. The doctors are currently treating Sivasankar and his elder son at the hospital. His wife is currently under home quarantine.
Popular Telugu publicist Vamsi Kaka shared a photo of Sivasankar and revealed that his family is looking for financial help. Sonu Sood replied to Vamsi’s tweet and wrote that he is already in touch with his family. He wrote, “I am already in touch with the family, will try my best to save his life (sic).”
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K Sivasankar is one of the notable choreographers in the southern film industry. Apart from choreographing songs, Sivasankar had also acted in many Tamil and Telugu films. Sivasankar worked as a choreographer in films like Magadheera, Vishwa Thulasi, Thiruda Thirudi and Baahubali: The Beginning.
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