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Saif Ali Khan Recovering and Stable

Mumbai: Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan, who was rushed to a city hospital here Sunday evening after complaining of chest pain//, is better and recovering from severe exertion, hospital sources said Monday. ....'Saif Ali is out of danger, but will be kept under observation for the next two days, said Lilavati Hospital dean N. Trivedi. ....Saif, 36, was rushed to Lilavati Hospital Sunday evening...

Smoking is Injurious to Health, Says Saif

Barely a week after stories of his illness broke out and swamped the print and electronic media, Saif Ali Khan is back on his feet// and promises to quit smoking for ever. ...."I'll have to take it easy for a while. Nothing strenuous and certainly no smoking any more... In fact, my doctors told me my condition was brought on entirely by smoking. It causes deposits in the artery, which caused th...
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