Reports say the superstar’s neurological condition has aggravated
If you love to watch Salman Khan beat the baddies to a pulp and emerge like a true hero in his films, you are in for some disappointment. Salman, reports say, has been asked to stay off stunts and action scenes for a while.
Apparently, his neurological condition has aggravated and even simple action scenes can cause serious damage to his health. "Even a slight misjudged punch on the face could trigger off his condition and cause acute pain," says a close friend of the actor. Filmmakers and family members then took a decision to keep Salman out of danger as far as possible and not allow him to take any risks.
However these precautionary measures have now become an issue for Salman's next few films - Arbaaz Khan's ‘Dabangg 2’, Sohail's ‘Sher Khan’ and Shirish Kunder's ‘Kick’, all of which are stunt driven. The makers, who are more concerned about their lead actor than the action scenes in their films, have already started hunting for solutions.
Apparently, Sohail Khan and Sajid Nadiadwala, producers of ‘Sher Khan’ and ‘Kick’ respectively, have already hired the best stunt directors and body doubles from Los Angeles and Hong Kong. Salman however, is not willing to let go completely. A tabloid reports that the actor insists on being present while the body doubles perform the complicated action scenes.
Sources add that after an accident that occurred on the sets of ‘Dabangg 2’ wherein a stuntman got injured, Salman has been adamant on doing the action scenes himself hereafter.
Well, films can wait, take care of your health first Salman!