Shah Rukh Khan’s shoulder postpones 'Happy New Year'
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s shoulder, that recently underwent a surgery, has posed another problem now. If reports are to be believed, thanks to the actor’s operation, his next venture, ‘Happy New Year’ has been pushed back by about three months.
SRK was released from Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai on May 29, following a shoulder surgery. According to what the actor had said right after leaving the hospital, he would have to continue with the shoulder sling for a minimum span of six weeks.
After wrapping up the shoot of Rohit Shetty’s ‘Chennai Express’, the superstar had taken the plunge into the Operation Theatre a while back. Once out of it successfully, he was to begin shooting for Farah Khan’s ‘Happy New Year’ in June this year. However, owing to the surgery, the film can roll only in September now.
As per what an insider informed a daily, “The plan was to start the ‘Happy New Year’ shoot with a couple of schedules in Mumbai before flying off to Dubai in September for the subsequent ones. But since Shah Rukh will take about three months to recover completely, the Mumbai schedules have been cancelled. He will directly start shooting in Dubai.”
We wish you a speedy recovery, Shah Rukh!