Bollywood wished for Kapil Dev to recover soon, had a heart attack

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Apart from the sports world, there is a lot of respect for Kapil Dev in the heart of Bollywood. Kapil also has a good relationship with every big star. In such a situation, the entire Bollywood is praying for Kapil at this time.


On Friday, former captain of Indian cricket team and legend cricketer Kapil Dev suffered a heart attack. He was taken to the Fortis Escorts Heart Institute in Delhi. The whole country is worried about Kapil's health and is wishing for his recovery soon. Apart from the sports world, there is a lot of respect for Kapil Dev in the heart of Bollywood. Kapil also has a good relationship with every big star. In such a situation, the entire Bollywood is praying for Kapil at this time.


Bollywood wishes for Kapil Dev's recovery

From Ranveer Singh to Shah Rukh Khan, everyone has tweeted on social media that Kapil Dev has spoken about getting well soon. Ranveer Singh, who played the role of Kapil Dev in the film 83, tweeted - This legend cricketer has a lot of strength and patience. I wish my main man to get well soon. Shahrukh Khan has written in the tweet- Get well soon. The faster you used to bowl and bat, the faster you can recover. Love you sir Apart from Shahrukh, Ritesh Deshmukh, Richa Chadha, Deepikanita Sharma have also prayed for the cricketer. Richa has written- Get well soon sir.

Now Kapil Dev has become emotional with this love he is getting from all over the country. He has thanked all his fans and well-wishers on social media. They say- Thank you for everyone's love and concern. I am very happy and now on my way to recovery. This message of Kapil Dev is sighing relief to the entire country. Everyone hopes that this great cricketer will be healthy again and he will be happy in his cricket world. Talking about Kapil Dev's international career, he has played 131 Tests and 225 ODIs. At the same time, he is the first cricketer in the world to have 434 wickets and more than 5000 runs. He won India the World Cup in 1983.