Mumbai: Salman Khan, who is excited about his next release 'Tiger Zinda Hai', had revealed few years back that he is going through a painful condition called Trigeminal Neuralgia. The condition affects the trigeminal nerve that carries sensation from your face to your brain.
In the interview with a leading gossip portal, Salman Khan talked about his experience during 'Tiger Zinda Hai' shoot. Salman has performed various high octane scenes in the action movie. When asked if he still suffers from the excruciating pain, to which, the 'Tubelight' star said, "No, that's done. Nothing like that. I heard something like I was ill which was sh** but it is just that I need to be careful."
He added, "So I have to take care that I don't put a lot of pressure on my head, that means I cannot bend, can't do headstands, be upside down ... why would I want to be upside down, anyway (laughs), so I have no problem with that. But If I have to do a summersault, I can do that because as long as the blood is not flowing into your brain, if there is anything quick, then it is not a problem. But the Trigeminal Neuralgia being cured is like a miracle. That is the most painful thing I have been through in the 7 and half years. "
Salman Khan’s action entertainer ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ has released worldwide today.