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Bollywood star Khan in hospital

Bollywood star Khan in hospital The star injured his shoulder further while filming in December Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan has undergone surgery on his shoulder at a Mumbai hospital for an injury which he suffered during filming last year.The 43-year-old, popularly known as King Khan, was hurt while acting in the movie Dulha Mil Gaya (I Found my Groom) in December 2008. Surgeon Sanjay Desai said the star is recovering but will be out of action for "four to six weeks." Khan is expected to be discharged by the end of the week. "He is out of anaesthesia and is a bit groggy, but otherwise the situation is under control," Desai, who led a team of doctors operating on Khan, told reporters after the 90-minute operation. Shah Rukh Khan, Lara Dutta and Irrfan Khan on Billu Khan injured his shoulder a while ago, but the condition was aggravated in December. His surgery had been postponed due to his movie commitments and he underwent physiotherapy sessions. D…

Shah Rukh Khan discharged; heads to his ‘Mannat’

Shah Rukh Khan discharged; heads to his 'Mannat'

Spicezee Bureau

Mumbai, Feb 17: A day after he underwent the successful surgery on his shoulder, millions let out a sigh of relief as Shah Rukh Khan has been discharged from the Breach Candy Hospital. Greeted by thousands of his fans outside the hospital premises, a recuperating Shah Rukh Khan headed home with his wife Gauri.

Related Stories Shah Rukh to be discharged in a day or two Shah Rukh Khan recovering at Breach Candy Shah Rukh old for Pepsi but young for Coke Shah Rukh-Kareena`s 'Marjani' evokes wrath of MNS workers I will be back, hale & hearty: Shah Rukh Khan Done with all the hustle-bustle surrounding the release of his flick 'Billu', Shah Rukh Khan had undergone the much needed shoulder surgery at the Breach Candy hospital on Monday.

The actor, who had been in severe pain since November, had put the much-recommended surgery on hold for the promotion of his home production 'Billu'. The actor had app…

I don’t want to hurt anyone: Shah Rukh Khan

The title of Shah Rukh Khan's Billu Barber has upset the salon and hairdressers union. Now with no option left before the release, King Khan has decided to take off the word 'barber' from its publicity posters.CNN-IBN: It's too late to change the title of the film Billu Barber, but Shah Rukh you're doing everything to not upset anyone?Shah Rukh Khan: I had a discussion with the association of hair dressers and salons in Maharashtra. And I've pokes to the associations in other cities on the phone. I don't think we were wrong in ever using the word 'barber' and that is what be stand by. But they have their own take on that. The film has been made with a good feeling. So, I'd rather not hurt anyone, because it's not going to affect my film.CNN-IBN: So what will be your next step since the prints are out and the posters have been put up?Shah Rukh Khan: We will put a piece of paper on the word 'barber' on the posters and hoardings which b…

Shah Rukh puts surgery on hold for ‘Billu Barber’

Spicezee Bureau

Mumbai, Feb 02: Known for his gung-ho spirit and high energy level, Shah Rukh beats his own record when it comes to professionalism. The actor, who is a self-confessed workaholic, has now refused to go for an immediate shoulder surgery for the sake of his work.
Related Stories Shah Rukh wins plagiarism case Apparently King Khan's close to heart flick 'Billu Barber' is ready for release, and the actor doesn't want to get away from the limelight at this crucial point. The flick that is seen as Shah Rukh's brainchild has the actor deeply involved with every aspect of its filmmaking process.

Speaking to a news daily, the actor said, "I will wait for a few days before the release of the film to get the surgery done. I have to tie up a few loose ends but Billu Barber is an important film for our company. So I can`t just leave it before it is ready for release, which is the 13th (of February). I am still working on my dates for the surgery."

Well, he m…

SRK WINS CASE

Mumbai: Allegations of plagiarism by writers of Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi thrown out Shah Rukh Khan's television production house Red Chillies Idiot Box's sitcom Ghar Ki Baat Hai, which was aired on January 30 on NDTV Imagine, has won the case filed against them. The petition was filed by Neha Joshi, daughter of Sharad Joshi, who had penned the 1984 comedy show Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi - a serial that was the inspiration in the making of Ghar Ki Baat Hai. DNA Shah Rukh Khan had mentioned earlier, "Ghar Ki Baat Hai is a tribute to Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi." The petition filed was against Shah Rukh Khan's company Red Chillies Idiot Box, NDTV Imagine and the Oberois (who produced Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi) for copying the show without prior permission. However, Red Chillies, NDTV and the Oberois have won the case.Bhavana Sresth, creative director, Ghar Ki Baat Hai, says, "The petition filed by Neha Joshi was irrelevant because the official contract of Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi was with the pr…