Actor Salman Khan, who has recently undergone a nerve surgery in
the US, is said to be returning to shooting sets in the second week
of September. According to his family sources, the Bollywood actor
would head to South Africa to shoot for Yash Chopra's upcoming
movie Ek Tha Tiger.
In a chat with the PTI, Salman Khan's brother-in-law Atul
Agnihotri said, “He is much better now and has been advised to take
rest before he starts shooting for Ek Tha Tiger. Doctors
are reviewing his health. This is not like you go for one sitting
and it is done...hope all goes well." He added, "He should resume
shooting by September 10."
Meanwhile, Salman Khan is very happy over the big opening of his
latest release Bodyguard, which is on a record breaking
spree. Atul Agnihotri said, "He is updated every day about
Bodyguard. He is very much happy. This was an important
release for him. He takes good and bad films in equal spirit."
However, Salman Khan has been suffering from the pain in his jaw
since 2007 while shooting for Partner. The
Dabangg star decided to undergo surgery, when it got worse
last year. Now, he is being treated for his nerve disorder
Trigeminal Neuralgia in the US.