While the Salman Khan-Kareena Kapoor starrer Bodyguard has been creating a rage at the box office, both in India and overseas, the actor is still recuperating in the US. Though Salman Khan's surgery for his nerve disorder is a success, he has been advised rest as the doctors have detected an aneurysm. The actor is put up at a close friend's house in the US and can't wait to get back home.
An aneurysm is an abnormal widening or ballooning of a portion of an artery. It is caused due to weakness in the wall of the blood vessel.
Speaking to Mumbai Mirror, the actor said, “There's not much to do here but I have to rest at least a week more before I head to London for a few days to chill out before heading to Dublin to shoot for Ek Tha Tiger. Then straight to apni Mumbai, apna Bandra."
Though Salman Khan has had a successful operation for his nerve disorder, the doctors have advised him to take it slow. The actor, terming his medical problem as complicated said that he might have to return for another procedure around January to treat his aneurysm.
Salman Khan, who is extremely passionate about his non-profit charitable organisation, 'Being Human' said that he wants to concentrate on the foundation as of now. Salman Khan plans to launch the brand internationally on December 27, his birthday. Speaking in detail about his foundation 'Being Human', Salman said, “The collections can mend lives of many underprivileged kids. That is the kind of work I want to do now. I want to heal people."