A few days ago Indian actor, superstar and politician Kamal Haasan was confirmed to undergo an implant removal surgery. The same was confirmed by his political party’s vice president Dr R Mahendran too. Thus, keeping many of the actor’s work commitment on hold. Now comes good news of superstar’s surgery being successful and the actor also returning home post-operation. Haasan returned home last evening as per reports in Times Now. To undergo this much-delayed surgery, the actor was hospitalized on November 22, 2019, in Apollo hospital in Chennai.
The official twitter handle of his political party re-tweeted pictures of the actor with the hospital staff, posted by a Tamil newspaper. Besides re-tweeting, the twitter handle, also released a statement informing about the actor’s successful surgery and steady health. Just to throw light, about the actor’s surgery, the mishap took place in 2016 when he fell down at his residence in Chennai, that lead to a fracture in his leg. Post that the actor had to insert a titanium plate in his leg for his day-to-day functioning. ALSO READ: What Is Pooja Kumar Doing In Kamal Haasan’s Family Picture? Are The Vishwaroopam 2 Co-Stars In A Relationship?
Unfortunately due to his work commitments, the actor couldn’t make time for another surgery for the removal of the same. But now Kamal Haasan has finally underwent the surgery.
While the recent scenario of Maharashtra has left everyone confused in terms of who will be the next CM, a video clip of the actor from one of his movies had gone viral. This video clip hilariously described the state’s current scenario.
Moreover, the actor who completed 60 years in cinema, had an event organized for him celebrating his glorious career and was attended by who's who of the Tamil film industry.
We wish a speedy recovery to the actor and hope he comes back with a bang with Indian 2 and Thalavan.
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