Always With You: Ayushmann Khurrana Wishes Speedy Recovery to Surekha Sikri, Shares Badhaai Ho Still
Ayushmann Khurrana who co-starred with veteran actress Surekha Sikri in 2017 film Badhaai Ho has extended his best wishes to the latter.
- Sep 12, 2020
Bollywood actor Ayushmann Khurrana who co-starred with veteran actress Surekha Sikri in 2017 film Badhaai Ho has extended his best wishes to the latter. Sikri was recently hospitalised after suffering a brain stroke. In the film, he plays Surekha's grandson.
On Instagram stories, Ayushmann shared a still from Badhai Ho with the actress and wrote, “Wish you a speedy recovery ma’am. Always with you.” Take a look:
Surekha Sikri, who was hospitalised after suffering brain stroke on Tuesday, is stable but under observation of doctors.
Sharing details, the actress' agent Vivek Sidhwani told IANS: "Surekha ji is doing fine but she continues to be monitor closely and the next few days are crucial. That is what the doctors said. This is the second time she suffered a brain stroke after 2018, when she had it for the first time. So we will be asking all her well-wishers to pray for her speedy recovery."
While initial reports said the actress has been going through a financial crisis and that has affecting her health treatment, Sidhwani clarified: "I saw that report came out yesterday and that is absolutely incorrect. Yesterday we were so occupied with hospital, doctor and everything that we could not even clarify that it is wrong information. Surekha ji's immediate family is taking care of all her finance and she also has her own finances. There is no financial assistance that we are taking from anywhere else."
However, according to the spoksperson, a few industry colleagues have come forward with financial help.
"Few film directors and actors and well-wishers have reached out to us, offering financial assistance after reading the report. I want to say that we are financially doing fine. Surekha ji's health is under observation, but please pray for her good health. That is all we need right now," he added.
(with inputs from IANS)
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