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Shah Rukh Khan goes for shoulder surgery in Mumbai

Shah Rukh Khan will go in for surgery at Lilavati Hospital in Bandra (W) today; is expected to be discharged in a few days. SRK hurt his shoulder while shooting for RA.One in 2010. Although he underwent treatment, his condition did not improve entirely.

entertainment Updated: May 28, 2013 10:09 IST
Shalvi Mangaokar

Accident-prone Shah Rukh Khan is set to go in for surgery once again this month. Contrary to reports that claimed that the actor was supposed to depart for London to get his injured shoulder treated in June, we’ve now been informed that he will be admitted to Lilavati Hospital in Bandra (W) for the same today (May 28).

Shah Rukh had hurt his shoulder while shooting for RA.One in 2010. Although he underwent treatment back then, his condition did not improve entirely.

A friend close to the actor reveals, “He has been delaying this surgery for over six months. Three months ago, his doctors even warned him to not postpone it any further, but SRK did not want to disrupt the schedule of Chennai Express (CE) as the film is his big Eid release this year.”

Despite the pain, Shah Rukh apparently finished shooting for the Rohit Shetty film on May 25 in Hyderabad. The last schedule even included an action sequence.

“SRK will be discharged from the hospital in a couple of days. Then he will rest at home for some time till the shoulder heals,” adds the family friend. Though the star has already started promoting Chennai Express, he is expected to join the team for on-ground activities by mid-June.

In a recent news report, the actor was quoted saying, “I was shooting my film and am injured too…I wanted to complete the movie (sic).” According to other reports, he has previously broken three ribs, twisted his ankle, fractured his right toe, and suffered a neck, back and knee injury.

(With inputs from IANS)