Salman Khan: I was suffering from a nerve problem called trigeminal neuralgia
Salman Khan opens up on his nerve disorder: I suffered for seven-and-a-half years, Salman added during the Radio track from his next film, Tubelight.
Salman Khan, who is currently busy with the promotion of Tubelight, opens up on his nerve disorder, he said, I suffered for seven-and-a-half years
Salman Khan launched the Radio track from his next film, Tubelight, in Dubai on Tuesday. Director Kabir Khan and Sohail Khan (who also features in the film) also attended the event.
The track is about celebration, but strangely Kabir spoke about issues and debates that he had with Salman during the making of Ek Tha Tiger (2012) given that they have different sensibilities.
Sallu, on his part, spoke about battling health issues. He stated, “I was suffering from a nerve problem called trigeminal neuralgia. I suffered for seven-and-a-half years.
At that point in time, I realized that no matter how much pain you are going through, you need to give your best on screen for the sake of your fans.”
The release of the ‘feel good’ song made the two come out in the open about what was playing on their minds.