Rajesh Roshan says brother Rakesh Roshan is 'recovering well' after undergoing cancer surgery
Rakesh Roshan's brother, music director Rajesh Roshan, has revealed that in the next three days, the filmmaker should be discharged from the hospital.
Hrithik Roshan had revealed on Instagram that his father Rajesh had been diagnosed with early stage squamous cell carcinoma
Rajesh Roshan said that Rakesh's surgery had gone well, and he is much better now
Rakesh was operated at a South Mumbai hospital on Tuesday
Rakesh Roshan's brother, veteran music director Rajesh Roshan, has revealed that the filmmaker is recovering well after undergoing surgery for cancer.
Hrithik Roshan had revealed on 8 January on Instagram that his father Rajesh had been diagnosed with early stage squamous cell carcinoma of the throat.
Speaking to Mumbai Mirror, Rajesh said that Rakesh's surgery had gone well, and he is much better now. “We were all very tense about the surgery and the entire family was in the hospital with him. God willing, he will be up in the next three days and should be discharged from the hospital," said Rajesh. Rakesh was operated at a South Mumbai hospital on Tuesday.
Hrithik also revealed on Twitter that the operation had gone well, in response to Narendra Modi's tweet wishing his father good health and a speedy recovery.
Thank you Sir for your concern and good wishes. I am very happy to inform that according to the doctors his surgery has gone off well. 🙏🏻 https://t.co/BS42lCy0Kn
— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) January 8, 2019
Rakesh made his Bollywood debut in 1970 as an actor with Ghar Ghar Ki Kahani. He is best known for his performances in Buniyaad, Khoobsurat, Kaamchor and Bhagwan Dada among others
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