Salman Khan’s trip to the US for the treatment of Trigeminal Neuralgia, has been postponed. The superstar underwent a surgery early 2011 for this nervous disorder and has been asked to visit the hospital for regular check-ups.
At a recent event, Salman Khan told reporters, “Now I don’t have the pain. I will be going just for the check-up but even that has been postponed now.”
Reports stated that Salman was to fly to the US by end of this month.
Brother Sohail Khan said: “He will be going for a treatment soon but the date has not been fixed. It’s a two years treatment with four visits and he has to go there every six to eight months for treatment. Date is not yet fixed… he will be going sometime in February or March.”
Meanwhile, as reported earlier, Salman Khan has struck a Rs.500 crore deal with an entertainment channel. A first of its kind in India, apparently, Salman’s movies that will release in the next five years will be aired by the channel. In the recent years, eight of Salman Khan’s films have crossed the Rs.100cr mark.
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