Actress Rani Mukerji, who is expecting her first child with her husband filmmaker Aditya Chopra, was hospitalised here. Her spokesperson has confirmed that she is "perfectly fine and all is well".
She was taken to the hospital on November 14.
It was reported that Rani was at a Diwali bash after which the "Ghulam" actress was left thoroughly exhausted and needed medical intervention.
But Rani's spokesperson has confirmed that she was hospitalised as she needed rest under "medical supervision".
"Rani Mukerji was admitted to the hospital as the doctor felt that she needed to rest for a few days under medical supervision. She was discharged, but has chosen to rest it out in the hospital for a few more days as the baby's room is being prepared at home and she wanted to be away from the dust and noise.
"She is perfectly fine and all is well," Rani's spokesperson said in a statement.
The "Kuch Kuch Hota Hai" actress will be discharged on Thursday.
Rani tied the knot with Aditya last year and is expected to welcome her first child in January 2016.