Kader Khan bound to wheelchair as his health deteriorates

Published: February 28, 2017
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In a sad turn of events, Bollywood’s veteran actor Kader Khan, who worked in numerous super hit movies, is now wheelchair bound as his health worsens.

Shakti Kapoor, who has worked with Kader in numerous movies, spoke exclusively to Spotboye, discussing Khan’s worsening health. “Yes, Kader Khan is now on a wheelchair. It’s so so sad to be talking about this and I am trying to reach him since the past few days, but I am not able to get his number. I hope to have it in the next 2-3 days.” said the Andaaz Apna Apna actor.

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Shakti went on to say, “Kader’s elder son resides in Canada. So, he has gone there to avail medical facilities which can cure him. I think his wife is accompanying him.”

When asked about what happened to the Hero No 1 actor, Shakti replied, “Kader had a knee problem. He got operated but the operation went wrong.”

This only worsened the 80-year-old Kader Khan’s condition and agony.

The Mujhse Shaadi Karogi actor, who was present at the trailer launch of his film Hogaya Dimaagh Ka Dahi in August 2015, was clearly having difficulty in talking and walking, reports Spotboye.

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Kader is also known as a celebrated writer and for his exceptional work with eminent directors of the Indian cinema. “There has been a difference in the level of writing. As a writer, I feel that I should come back. I’ll try my best to bring the earlier zubaan back and people are definitely going to enjoy talking in that zubaan,” he had then told a section of the media. Clearly, he was not happy with today’s film scripts.

We hope a speedy recovery for him!

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  • Bunny Rabbit
    Feb 28, 2017 - 5:51PM

    80 plus is not an age to try experiments . Recommend

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