Mumbai: Legendary actress Sadhana, who was admitted to a suburban hospital on Tuesday here for a lesion in her mouth, underwent a surgery and is stable now, doctors said today.
"She had a small lesion in her mouth which we had operated on. She had fluctuations in blood pressure levels for which we have kept her in the ICU and her condition is being closely monitored," Director at Asian Institute of Oncology in Chunabhatti, Dr Deepak Parikh told PTI.
Asked if the tumour on which the 73-year-old actress was operated upon on Wednesday was cancerous, Parikh said it can be only confirmed through pathology report.
"We have to wait for a pathology report to confirm if the lesion was cancerous. We cannot say anything about it at present," he said.
Rubbishing media reports that Sadhana's condition is critical post surgery and her internal bleeding has not stopped, Parikh said the yesteryear actress is on the road to recovery, adding, she would be discharged from hospital in the next 8-10 days.
"She is on the way to recovery and is totally stable for now. The media reports that she was in a serious condition and of internal bleeding are completely false and is disturbing for family members," Parikh said.
Known for her films 'Mera Saaya', 'Wo Kaun Thi' and 'Waqt', actress made the fringe "Sadhana cut" hairstyle a popular look a long time.