Mumbai: Salman Khan’s surgery in the US for a painful nerve condition has been “successful” and he has been advised 15 days of complete rest.
Salman who is suffering from Trigeminal Neuralgia, a nerve disorder that
causes intense pain in the face, had left for the US on August 29.
“The surgery was done last night and lasted for five hours. It will take
at least fifteen days for the actor to resume work and he is advised
complete rest till then. Fresh tests will be conducted further to check
the progress of recovery. The actor will then go to South Africa to
shoot for Ek Tha Tiger,” sources close to the actor told PTI.
The Dabangg actor has been suffering from the pain in his jaw since 2007
while shooting for ‘Partner’. It got worse last year following which he
decided to undergo a surgery.