Earlier in the day, a team of doctors checked Pawar and concluded that his condition was stable.
Malik said doctors have advised seven-day rest for Pawar.
"If his health parameters remain stable after the next 15 days, a surgery of his gall bladder will be performed," he added.
Pawar underwent an emergency endoscopy for the removal of a stone from his bile duct on March 30 at the Breach Candy Hospital.
He was admitted to the hospital on March 30 after he experienced abdominal pain.
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