Just a month ago, Salman Khan had undergone a surgery for Trigeminal Neuralgia in the US. Now, the pain has returned.
Salman told reporters that the pain returned while he was shooting the Yashraj Film Ek Tha Tiger in Dublin with Katrina Kaif.
“The surgery was good. After the surgery, there was only 30-40 per cent pain. But as I started shooting in Dublin for my film...the pain increased due to cold weather...it is now 50-60 per cent,” Salman said.
The superstar returned to Mumbai to shoot for the opening episode of the telly show Bigg Boss 5 with Sanjay Dutt.
Salman says he will have to undergo another surgery in the months to come.
“I will have to undergo another surgery after three-four months,” Salman said.
In case you don’t know, Trigeminal Neuralgia is described as one of the most painful disorders. It is characterized by intense pain in a person’s face. Salman says the pain sometimes gets so intense that he can’t even smile.
The actor now leaves for the cold clime of Dublin again to shoot for Ek Tha Tiger. Staying in cold climate is not really advised to anyone who’s undergone a Trigeminal Neuralgia surgery. But Salman has been ignoring the doctor’s advice because he can’t go back on his professional commitment.