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OMG! IRRFAN KHAN SUFFERS FROM A RARE DISEASES

By Jasmeet Singh . 6th March 2018 03:40pm
OMG! IRRFAN KHAN SUFFERS FROM A RARE DISEASES

Irrfan Khan one of Bollywood's finest has never relented in giving quality act on the screen. With the charm and charisma he exudes, he is an actor that has gained both national and international recognition. While many of his fans await the release of his next avatar 'Black Mail', the actor took to Twitter to inform fans of his health status. He is suffering from a rare disease. Being strong, Irrfan Khan has asked fans and the media not to speculate about his health. His tweet read,

Sometimes you wake up with a jolt, with life shaking you up. The fifteen days, my life has been a suspense story. Little had I known that my search for rare stories would make me find a rare disease. I have never given up and have always fought for my choices and always will...In trying times, 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..."
https://twitter.com/irrfank/status/970608954601590785 Earlier in the month of February, it was reported that Irrfan Khan and Deepika Padukone will be seen sharing the same screen. However, the filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj postponed the project due to the health conditions of both actors. He tweeted, "Pushing back film by a few months, Irrfan Khan down with jaundice and Deepika Padukone with resurfaced back issue caused during "Padmaavat..." Vishal Bhardwaj Tweet The 51-year-old actor is undoubtedly India's best international actor. His impeccable talent as an actor is seen in 'Slumdog Millionaire', 'Life of Pi', 'The Amazing Spider-Man', amongst others. In 2013, he won India's National Film Award for his leading role in Paan Singh Tomar, a biopic on a top athlete who becomes a bandit. He has also won the 2017 Filmfare Award for best actor in the film 'Hindi Medium'. As a team, we only hope that all goes well the ace actor. For more updates, stay tuned to this space.