Breach Candy Hospital
|Breach Candy Hospital|
|Location||Breach Candy, Mumbai, India|
|Lists||Hospitals in India|
It was established in 1950 at the upmarket Breach Candy area in South Mumbai, and designed by an English architect Claude Batley. Many famous Bollywood stars have given birth to their children at this hospital, including Bollywood superstar Sridevi who gave birth to her daughter Khushi here in 2000, Karishma Kapoor who gave birth to son Kiaan Raj Kapoor in 2010 and actress Sonali Bendre who gave birth to son Ranveer. Kareena Kapoor gave birth to her son Taimur Ali Khan here on 20 December 2016.
- Former Indian Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee underwent a knee surgery at the hospital.
- Dhirubhai Ambani,who was admitted to the hospital, breathed his last on July 6, 2002 after a major stroke.
- Vilasrao Deshmukh, a former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, was suffering from critical illness and was admitted to the hospital in the first week of August 2012. He was diagnosed with both liver and kidney failure.
- Priyanka Chopra's father, Dr.Ashok Chopra died of cancer in the hospital.
- Kajol suffered from a miscarriage due to ectopic pregnancy at the hospital.
- Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan has undergone a knee surgery at the hospital.
- Socialite and philanthropist Parmeshwar Godrej died on October 11, 2016 due to a lung ailment at the hospital.
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