People’s artist of USSR Armen Jigarkhanyan was in intensive care. He was urgently taken to the hospital in Moscow, and now he is in a serious condition.
This is reported by local media.
The artist has aggravated chronic diseases on the background of protracted pneumonia. He is under permanent medical supervision.
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Later the actor denied media reports, saying that Dzhigarkhanyan’s all right. In the Theatre of Armen Dzhigarkhanyan well as information about hospitalization.
Armen Dzhigarkhanyan starred in Sotah movies, but now spends a lot of time in hospitals. About the poor condition Dzhigarkhanyan it has long been rumored. In August 2018 it was reported that he almost can not move independently.
His health was undermined by the divorce with his young wife and her constant speculation on various talk shows. However, elderly Jigarhanyan manages to keep acting.
We will remind, the former Dzhigarkhanyan was photographed “naked” with a bearded pianist: “I Removed everything except the makeup.”
As reported Know.ia, people’s artist of the USSR Armen Jigarkhanyan for the fifth time since the beginning of the year was in the hospital.
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