Veteran actor Kader Khan flies to Canada for his knee surgery

Veteran actor Kader Khan, who was a major part of 90s blockbusters has flown to Canada due to his deteriorating health condition

Veteran actor Kader Khan, who was a major part of 90s blockbusters has flown to Canada due to his deteriorating health condition. The actor was unwell from past three years and his health condition is only getting worse day by day.

Kader Khan had a knee problem. The actor was operated for the same but unfortunately, it went wrong and now he is on a wheelchair. Some time back, Khan was also admitted to Baba Ramdev’s ashram for the treatment of diabetes and mainly because of increasing joint pain.

In an interview with SpotBoye, one of his close friends Shakti Kapoor told that he is very upset with the news and confirmed that Kader Khan is flying to Canada for further treatment. He said: Kader Khan’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.

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In fact, during the trailer launch of his film Hogaya Dimaagh Ka Dahi in August 2015,  it was clearly evident that Kader Khan had difficulty in walking and talking. He also told that due to his health condition, no director or producer wants to work with him.

The veteran actor has not only acted in many hit films but has also written some good films like Aunty No 1, Coolie and Yaarana. His equation with Govinda and Shakti Kapoor was also a successful one and people loved to see them together on screen.

 

Let’s pray for the actor’s speedy recovery.

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