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Shah Rukh Khan admitted to hospital due to heat stroke

Bollywood superstar and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) owner, Shah Rukh Khan, was admitted to hospital on Tuesday after suffering a heat stroke. The incident occurred during the first playoff match of the 2024 Indian Premier League (IPL) season between the Kolkata Knight Riders and the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in Ahmedabad.

Shah Rukh Khan, known for his unwavering support for his team, was present at the Narendra Modi Stadium to cheer for KKR as they faced SRH in a crucial encounter. As temperatures soared and the match intensified, Khan reportedly began to feel unwell and showed symptoms of heat stroke. Medical personnel at the stadium immediately attended to him before he was transported to a nearby hospital for further treatment.

The match itself was a nail-biter, with KKR securing a thrilling victory to advance to the IPL 2024 final. This win marks another milestone for the team, which has seen consistent performance throughout the season under the strategic leadership of their captain and coaching staff. KKR’s victory against SRH ensures their place in the final, bringing them one step closer to clinching the coveted IPL trophy.

Fans and the cricketing community expressed their concern and support for Shah Rukh Khan on social media, wishing him a speedy recovery. His presence has always been a morale booster for the team, and his health scare has undoubtedly caused a stir among his supporters.

As of now, hospital sources indicate that Shah Rukh Khan is recovering well. He is expected to be under medical observation for a few days before resuming his regular activities. The incident serves as a stark reminder of the severe heat conditions that can affect players and spectators alike during the IPL season, which often coincides with the peak of summer in India.