“My Partner Is A Warrior”: Actor Irrfan Khan’s Wife


Desk: Bollywood star Irrfan Khan is into headlines lately after his tweet about “rare disease”. Immediately after his post messages from all across the globe started pouring in, wishing the actor “speedy recovery” and “good luck”. Rumours started hovering that the actor is suffering from brain cancer and is admitted to Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai. However, the hospital authority denied such rumours.

Meanwhile, the actor’s wife Sutapa Sikdar in her facebook post issued a statement, thanking the fans and well-wishers of her husband. At the same time she also urged them to stop speculating about his disease. She wrote, “My best friend and my partner is a ‘warrior’ he is fighting every obstacle with tremendous grace and beauty. I apologize for not answering calls msgs,but I want all of you to know I am truly humbled indebted for ever for the wishes prayers and concern from all over the world. I am grateful to god and my partner for making me a warrior too. I am at present focused in the strategies of the battlefield which I have to conquer. It wasn’t and isn’t and is not going to be easy but the hope ignited by the magnitude of family ,friends and fans of irrfan has made me only optimistic and almost sure of the victory. I know curiosity germinates from concern but lets turn our curiosity from what it is to what it should be. Lets change the leaf. Lets not waste our precious energies to only know what it is and just prey to make it what it should be. My humble request to all of you is to concentrate on the song of life, to dance of life to victory. My family will soon join in this dance of life.

Thank you all from bottom of our heart .

Sutapa irrfan babil ayaan.”

Earlier on Monday the actor tweeted a message on twitter that left all his fans speculate about his health. He tweeted, “Sometimes you wake up with a jolt with life-shaking you up. The last 15 days, my life has been a suspense story. Little had I known that my search for rare stories would make me find a rare disease.


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