Hrithik Roshan’s Latest Post About Father Rakesh Roshan After His Successful Surgery Is Heartening

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Hrithik Roshan’s father Rakesh Roshan had a successful surgery after being diagnosed with early stage carcinoma of the throat. Earlier, pictures of the veteran filmmaker celebrating his son’s birthday had gone viral and Hrithik’s latest update about his health is heartening.

Written By Joel Kurian | Mumbai | Updated On:

There were smiles all around after Rakesh Roshan got discharged from the hospital after successful surgery for early-stage carcinoma of the throat. 

READ: 'Surgery Done And All. I Am Back Home On Friday Or Saturday': Rakesh Roshan

Hrithik Roshan on Friday shared a snap on Twitter from the moment when the veteran filmmaker is leaving the hospital with his family.  The ‘Agneepath’ star’s mother Pinkie Roshan looked happy as we see the hospital test reports in her hands, while the smiles on the father-son duo’s faces are heartening. 

The actor’s caption to the post was also inspirational, “Cant stop. Wont stop. We begin again. And again.” 

On his Instagram stories, he also called the moment, “Forever Forward.”

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Hrithik had revealed through a social media post that Roshan Sr was diagnosed with early-stage carcinoma of the throat, a type of throat cancer. 

Good wishes for his speedy recovery poured in and even Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted his prayers for him. Hrithik had replied that the surgery was successful.  

It was also Hrithik’s birthday on Thursday and the occasion was celebrated in the hospital where we see a smiling Rakesh Roshan with the nasal cannula.



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