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IRRFAN KHAN DIAGNOSED WITH A DEADLY BRAIN CANCER?

By Jasmeet Singh . 7th March 2018 06:42pm
IRRFAN KHAN DIAGNOSED WITH A DEADLY BRAIN CANCER?

Coming as a shock to everyone was the tweet by the National award-winning actor Irrfan Khan. The actor told fans that he is suffering from a rare disease. He also mentioned that no speculations should be made about his health status. However, that is not the case. Waking up this morning was the shocking and devastating news that Irrfan Khan has been diagnosed with Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM) Grade IV. GBM is a type of brain cancer that is also called ‘Death on Diagnosis’ making it one of the deadly cancers. Despite the fact that, he requested for privacy, Irrfan Khan is now trending for a disease he has not confessed to. The actor in his message said, "...please don’t speculate as I will myself share with you my story within a week-10 days when further investigations come out with a conclusive…”. Apparently, the media is quite impatient and can't wait for 7-10 days. While we await the name of the rare disease contracted by Khan, the trade analyst and friend to the actor Komal Nahta took to Twitter to put to rest all the rumors and speculations. His Tweet read,

Although Irrfan Khan is unwell, all malicious news being spread about him and his condition since an hour or two are untrue. Likewise, all other horrendous news relating to his hospitalisation are fake. By God’s grace, Irrfan is in Delhi and that’s the only truth.
Komal Nahta Komal Nahta's Tweet has come as a relief to many fans and has brought hope. Known to be India's best international actor as reported by BBC, Irrfan Khan is also undoubtedly one of the finest in Bollywood. His latest film 'Hindi Medium' was critically acclaimed earning him the 2017 Filmfare award winner for best actor. Meanwhile, Irrfan Khan will be seen next in the upcoming Bolly Flick 'Black Mail' and subsequently in Vishal Bhardwaj's upcoming project. Once again the entire Gabruu.com wishes the ace actor a speedy recovery. Click on the featured video for more updates.