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Sonam Kapoor shifted to Mumbai Hospital for Swine Flu Treatment

Mumbai, March 02: Bollywood diva Sonam Kapoor, who was tested positive for swine flu, moved to Mumbai from Gujarat's Rajkot for treatment.

Sonam was admitted to the Sterling hospital in Rajkot after she was tested positive for H1N1 virus. After her condition deteriorated she was shifted to Mumbai by an air-ambulance.

She went for the swine flu test after she had complained of fever, cold and cough during a film shoot in Gujarat.

Following the news spread, Sunita Kapoor, mother of Sonam, had come to Rajkot to take her to Mumbai.

Sonam had come to Gujarat for a shooting of the film "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo" in which Salman Khan is her co star. She is the daughter of Anil Kapoor, Bollywood actor and producer.

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