Salman Khan’s chronic nerve disorder pain returns: Slows down shooting of ‘Jai Ho’

Looks like Bollywood superstar Salman Khan’s chronic nerve disorder pain has not yet been cured. The actor is still having pain and due to this, the shooting of his upcoming movie “Jai Ho” has reportedly slowed down.


According to sources close to the production unit, Salman Khan is finding it very tough to perform the action sequences.

Salman Khan had undergone surgery in the U.S as part of the treatment for the disease. Even though, he was told that the pain would not return post the surgery, his pain had returned during the shooting of  “Ek Tha Tiger” in Cuba.

The actor was taking more care than before regarding the pain. He had also quit smoking. He is now working full time for his brother Sohail Khan’s movie.

A source says, “The action sequences of the film are being shot inside a mill in south Bombay but the work is happening at a very leisurely pace.

“Salman has not been keeping well and is facing a lot of difficulty in shooting his action scenes.

But bhai is giving his best to make sure everything happens perfectly. There will be no delay in the film and it will release on time and everyone is more concerned about Salman than anything else.`

After Shahrukh Khan’s “Chennai Express” earned Rs 420 crores plus to establish itself as the top grossing Indian movie ever, Salman had reportedly said that his next movie will break SRKs record. So we have to wait and see.