The actor is currently busy with his upcoming release 'Dear Comrade'.

After round-the-clock shoot actor Vijay Deverakonda hospitalised due to exhaustion
Flix Tollywood Saturday, March 23, 2019 - 11:36

Vijay Deverakonda has been hospitalized but we hear that there is nothing to worry. The star has been shooting round the clock which has resulted in exhaustion and he needs complete rest, say sources.

On this, Vijay has been quoted by the Deccan Chronicle as saying: “What a way to celebrate Holi. I was shooting till 6 am on Wednesday morning, when I noticed that I was down with fever. I was beginning to feel very weak, but I wanted to recover quickly, which is why I checked into the hospital for treatment.” 

Vijay Deverakonda is currently busy with Dear Comrade, which is likely to release in all the four south Indian languages – Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada. Considering the universal appeal of the subject, the Dear Comrade team has decided to release it in multiple languages. The film is scheduled for release in April or May this year and the exact date will be revealed soon. With the deadline for its release nearing, Vijay is working hard which has resulted in certain health issues.

Vijay Deverakonda will be playing a student leader with communist background in this flick while Rashmika Mandanna will be seen as a cricketer playing for the Telangana state. Sources in the know say that Rashmika is trying hard to get into the skin of the character by learning the nuances of the sport. She underwent special training at the cricket club in Hyderabad before the shoot began.

Directed by Bharat Kamma, Dear Comrade is reportedly inspired from the Mollywood movie Comrade in America. It had Dulquer Salman playing the lead role. Dear Comrade is being produced by Y. Naveen, Y. Ravi Shankar and C. V. Mohan under the banner Mythri Movie Makers.

Well, with the star himself clarifying about his hospitalization, his fans needn’t worry much.

(Content provided by Digital Native)



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