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Hrithik has successful brain surgery, to be discharged soon

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Mumbai: Hrithik Roshan, one of the reigning stars of the Hindi film industry, underwent a brain surgery for removal of a clot at the Hinduja Hospital here Sunday. The surgery was successful and he should be out of the hospital in the next 48 hours, said his father and filmmaker Rakesh Roshan.

The 39-year-old was wheeled out of the operation theatre around 3 p.m. His parents and wife Sussanne were present throughout the 50-minute neuro-surgery to correct the chronic subdural hematoma condition.

Rakesh Roshan said: "The surgery is over and Hrithik is fine. He should be out of the hospital in the next 48 hours."

Hrithik is out of danger and on way to complete recovery, he added.

Before the surgery, Rakesh Roshan told IANS that there was a clot in the brain, and that in medical terms it's called chronic subdural hematoma.

A father of two sons, Hrithik too had informed about the surgery through his Facebook post.

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