Nikita Mikhalkov, 77, overcame a serious illness
Photo: Mikhail FROLOV
Nikita Mikhalkov fans can finally breathe out: the 77-year-old artist overcame a serious illness and returned home almost three weeks after his hospitalization. Bilateral pneumonia, so dangerous at this age, became resuscitation and serious condition for Mikhalkov. However, the doctors of the same metropolitan hospital, where the singer MakSim was saved last year, were able to put the famous patient on his feet.
“My friends… The great work of the doctors and your prayers brought me home,” the teacher wrote on his Telegram channel. – Of course, it still takes some time to recover, but since the doctors released me, it means that they are calm. We have already started preparing the first issue of Besogon for this year, which I hope you will be able to see soon.
Meanwhile, none of the relatives is in a hurry to comment on the discharge of Nikita Sergeevich. So, the director’s two sons immediately refused to communicate with KP.RU, and the rest of the family, like Mikhalkov himself, completely ignored the calls.
But the artist’s friend Alexander Adabashyan, who is now in the hospital, managed to talk to Mikhalkov today. However, the playwright is wary of the press in turbulent times: they say, you never know who is calling: “every time I communicate supposedly with our media, and then they send articles with me from Ukraine.”
– Yes, we called this morning, Nikita Sergeevich was not sure yet, but he assumed that he would be discharged, – Alexander Artemovich shared with KP.RU. Of course he wanted to go home. I think this is the dream of everyone in the hospital: I have yet to meet a person who would beg to be left. But I have no feeling, that he dreamed of drinking a glass of vodka or lying on snow-white sheets, for you.
According to a friend, Nikita Sergeevich assured that he felt fine.
– They had already finished all the examinations, there were no more serious procedures in the hospital. The voice is cheerful. He said that he is exercising, getting into a normal physical shape in order to get out and work as soon as possible, Alexander Adabashyan added.