Need time to recover from recurring headaches: Hrithik
Mumbai: Actor Hrithik Roshan, who underwent a brain surgery some months back, says he will take time to recover from recurring headaches that have resurfaced.
Hrithik, who is basking in the success of his superhero flick 'Krrish 3', has decided to take some time off before he starts shooting for his upcoming films.
"I am extremely overwhelmed by the tremendous support and love extended by everyone to 'Krrish 3'. Before I get ready to resume the shooting of my next, 'Bang Bang', in early January 2014 and later 'Shuddhi', as both are physically demanding, I will be taking some time off to recover completely from the recurring headaches that have resurfaced in the last couple of weeks," Hrithik said.
"I am confident that your love and prayers will heal me completely. I wish everyone a great end to 2013 and a fabulous start to 2014," he said.
In 'Bang Bang', Hrithik will be seen opposite Katrina Kaif and for 'Shuddhi', he is teaming up with Kareena Kapoor Khan after a long time.
The actor was suffering from subdural hematoma caused in the brain as a result of a head injury he suffered while performing stunts for 'Bang Bang' earlier this year. He successfully underwent a brain surgery in July this year to remove a clot.
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