Salman Khan Suicide Disease
Everyone knows that Salman Khan has always been focused on fitness. No matter how careful you are depending on the health, diseases do occur in some equals. Celebrities are no exception. Did you know that Salman Khan was suffering from a ‘suicide disease’? Yes. Salman Khan was suffering from Trigeminal Neuralgia. The pain caused by these diseases can lead people to suicide. Bollywood superstar Salman Khan shared his experiences of the disease at a song release ceremony in Dubai in 2017. That video is currently being shared. In it, Salman Khan said, “I could not speak properly when I was suffering from a nervous disorder. (Moving my mouth slightly) I could only speak like this. The pain would be severe.”
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“The pain is excruciating; Can’t even talk “- Salman Khan sharing his difficult times
In 2001, Salman Khan had this problem. “My voice is vague and hoarse. It’s not because I drink. I do not drink alcohol during Ramadan. It’s because of that disease. I’m fine now. I have no choice but to take care of my body.” The video of a fan pressing after his performance at the recent Dubai Expo went viral. Busy with ‘Tiger-3’, ‘Kick-2’ and ‘Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali’, he made a special appearance in a political film starring Telugu superstar Chiranjeevi.
Salman Khan & Yash (KGF)
Subsequent South Indian films like ‘Pushpa’ and ‘RRR’ have been making huge gains at the box office in Hindi-speaking circles. Speaking on the occasion, Bollywood superstar Salman Khan said, “South Indian language films run well here. But, I wonder why Bollywood films are not so successful in South India.”
KGF Man Yash responds to Salman’s comment. It said, “I don’t think it’s necessary to look at it like that. Our films are sometimes not well received. What happens is, they dub the pictures.
Because that was the way the dubbing was done. Did not give due importance to this style. But today people are well aware of our storytelling style and our cinema. This change did not happen overnight. Work on this has been going on for a few years. Eventually we began to understand all of our contents and tastes. After that, Rajamouli Sar’s Bhagwati film started a business there. Following that, the KGF did exactly that.
There are a lot of differences in our culture. It must become our strength rather than our weakness. We also watch Hindi movies. We also admire Bollywood stars. Hindi Movies Here are a lot of hugely successful films. But, as Salman Khan says, Hindi films fail to make a big impact commercially. It has the potential to succeed if it brings in features that connect the people of South India as well.
Not only publishing the image, but also other features should be seen here. I hope it happens soon.”