Irrfan Khan, who he has been diagnosed with neuroendocrine cancer, is currently getting treated in the US. His illness came as a shock for everyone. Earlier this year, he shocked his fans after he posted a tweet about his rare disease. Not just actor’s ardent fans, but also Bollywood celebrities are wishing him a speedy recovery. Host of celebrities including, Rajkummar Rao, Ayushmann Khurrana, Patralekha and director Rahul Dholakia among others took to their respective Twitter handles and wished the actor a speedy recovery. Also Read - Raw or Soaked Almonds| Top 5 Health Benefits of Badaam in Summer| Watch Video
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Extending his support, Rajkummar Rao tweeted, “You’re an inspiration to all of us sir. We love you.” Ayushmann Khurrana said, “Sir! You’re beyond cinema. Prayers are always with you. Legend.” “Get well soon bhai. Praying,” tweeted Rahul Dholakia. Irrfan recently opened up about his illness to The Times of India. He said, “The only thing I expect from ME is not to face this crisis in this present state. I desperately need my feet. Fear and panic should not overrule me and make me miserable,” further adding, “That was my INTENTION. AND THEN PAIN HIT. As if all this while, you were just getting to know pain, and now you know his nature and his intensity. Nothing was working; NO consolation, no motivation. The entire cosmos becomes one at that moment – just PAIN, and pain felt more enormous than GOD.” Also Read - Guess The Price of Janhvi Kapoor's Sparkly Backless Top That Sonam Kapoor Finds 'Hot'
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Further speaking to the daily, the actor said, “As I was entering the hospital, drained, exhausted, listless, I hardly realised, my hospital was on the opposite side of Lord’s, the stadium. The Mecca of my childhood dream. Amidst the pain, I saw a poster of a smiling Vivian Richards. Nothing happened, as if that world didn’t ever belong to me. This hospital also had a coma ward right above me. Once, while standing on the balcony of my hospital room, the peculiarity jolted me. Between the game of life and the game of death, there is just a road. On one side, a hospital, on the other, a stadium. As if one isn’t part of anything which might claim certainty – neither the hospital, nor the stadium. That hit me hard.”