There are rumors revolving around on the social media that the superstar Irrfan Khan is at the last stage of cancer and left only a month of life is false. A month ago we have heard the news of the rare disease of Irrfan Khan and seen few of his pictures too which went viral. The star is suffering from the neuroendocrine disease which is rare and went to the UK for further treatment.
While the rumors that he has only left a month and at the last stage of cancer is totally false and his wife and spokesperson requested to media not to spread such news without confirmed news. The spokesperson said, “This latest round of news being spread through social media in the last few days about Irrfan’s health is absolutely false and there’s no truth to it whatsoever.”
He further added, “We, as his family and friends, again request the members of the media to continue their support and the prayers that have come Irrfan’s way. However, it’s not right to spread rumors through mediums of social media without fact check or any official validation. In the meanwhile, once again, we request everyone to refrain from picking up social media statuses as affirmative developments on someone’s health.”
Irrfan Khan’s wife Sutapa Sikdar shared her emotions on twitter about the disease of Irrfan and thanked all fans for the wishes and prayers. She wrote, “My best friend and my partner is a ‘warrior’. He is fighting every obstacle with tremendous grace and beauty. I want all of you to know I am truly humbled and indebted for the wishes, prayers, and concern from all over the world.”
Sutapa stated, “I know curiosity germinates from concern but let us turn our curiosity from ‘what it is’ to ‘what it should be.’ Let us change the leaf. Let us not waste our precious energies to only know what it is and just pray to make it what it should be.”
The Hindi Medium star planned to make the second part of Hindi Medium with Saba Qamar. His new movie Blackmail has been released and doing well in box office. He also has a plan to work with Deepika in his next film right after the recovery from disease.