Shah Rukh Khan, the Bollywood superstar, recently underwent a minor surgery following an unfortunate accident that occurred on the sets of one of his projects in Los Angeles. Reportedly, Khan injured his nose during the shoot, resulting in bleeding and prompting his immediate transfer to a nearby hospital.
The incident was brought to light by an entertainment channel’s news report, which stated that although the doctors reassured Khan’s team that the injury was not a major concern, a minor surgical procedure was necessary to stop the bleeding.
After the successful operation, Shah Rukh Khan was seen with a bandage on his nose. Currently, he has returned to his home country and is recuperating. No official statement has been issued by the actor or his team regarding the incident.
Shah Rukh Khan, known for his impressive comeback earlier this year with the film “Pathaan,” directed by Sidharth Anand, achieved global success as it surpassed the remarkable milestone of crossing Rs 1,000 crore in worldwide box office collections.
Expressing gratitude towards the audience for their immense support, Khan acknowledged their role in revitalizing the cinema industry. He also extended his appreciation to the media for their unwavering support despite potential challenges.
Now, Shah Rukh Khan is gearing up for his next release, “Jawan,” where he is set to portray a never-before-seen avatar alongside Lady Superstar Nayanthara. Directed by Atlee, the highly anticipated film is scheduled for a theatrical release on September 7.