Prithviraj Sukumaran finally discussed his procedure and provided an update on his current health. Salaar, starring Prabhas, is likely to have production delays.
According to recent reports, Prithviraj Sukumaran had an accident while filming a movie and needed surgery. The actor has now addressed this operation directly. He updated his fans on his health and gave them the all clear. The actor must, however, completely rest and receive physiotherapy for a few months.
Fans of the actor are not the only ones who are shocked after hearing the news. The producers of the actor’s next flicks were equally stunned by the news and are concerned that their individual film shoots won’t be finished in time. Prabhas co-stars in Salaar, one of these films.
The Ayyappanum Koshiyum actor thanked everyone for their well wishes for his operation and a quick recovery in a letter released on his Twitter account following the procedure. He updated his followers on his health and disclosed that the injury happened while he was filming his most recent movie, Vilayath Buddha. He added that although it will take him months to fully heal, there is no need for concern. The actor continued by saying that because he is being watched over by skilled doctors, he is in good hands.
The time he will have to rest, according to Prithviraj, will be put to good advantage. He has already produced two films, Lucifer and Bro Daddy, and is set to produce L2: Empuraan, the Lucifer sequel. So let’s hope that he produces something amazing during these challenging times.
The biggest movie that the Ayalum Njanum Thammil actor has committed to is undoubtedly Prashanth Neel’s Salaar, which also stars Prabhas, Jagapathi Babu, and Shruti Haasan. The film’s producers are reportedly under pressure because there is still a sizable amount of material to be shot with the actor. The producers have reportedly been concerned now that he won’t be able to finish the shoot on the scheduled dates.
They are eagerly awaiting any news on the actor’s health, much like the fans. Let’s hope the actor recovers quickly and can resume his or her role as soon as feasible.