Salman Khan’s trigeminal neuralgia troubles him again?

Salman Khan raised quite a few brows when he decided to let a doctor accompany him on the sets of Big Boss. What? Yes! He did that! Now why would he do that? Unless he’s fallen ill? Looks like his trigeminal neuralgia is back to haunt him.

Salman Khan has been suffering from a nerve disorder called trigeminal neuralgia for the past 9 years. He was admitted in hospital in 2011 because he couldn’t tolerate the pain. The disorder is commonly referred to as the suicide disease because it causes intense pain in the face.

When Sallu Bhai decided to bring the doctor to the sets, the word on the street got out that his nerve disorder might not have ended and the actor was taking necessary precautions by bringing his physician on the sets of Big Boss.

So, we all know better than to trust the buzzing bee and that’s why a popular news paper tried to contact him and ask if these rumors were true. Sallu Bhai to everyone’s surprise replied with a text which read “Not true.” I can almost feel his agony! Hope he gets well soon.

Salman was also shooting for his brother Sohail Khan’s film ‘Jai Ho’ and didn’t take a sick leave. A source close to the actor informed, “Salman has been down with flu but that has not stopped him from keeping his work commitments. He will travel to Colombo to shoot for a song too, he is not letting this delay the film.”

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