Hrithik Roshan says he is okay from hospital bed

HrithikHrithik Roshan says he is okay from hospital bed

Bollywood's superhero Hrithik Roshan, who is recuperating from his brain surgery at a hospital in Mumbai, tweeted that he was doing fine.

The actor has changed his profile picture on Twitter to his hand showing the "ok" sign made using his left hand from the hospital bed. Also visible is the medical tube.

On his Facebook account Hrithik Roshan wrote: "What's up!! Hope everyone's making d best of their day! I'm horizontal but controlling and creating my environment to the best of my ability.... That's all we ever need to do! Hope your doing d same! I'm fantastic by the way! Thanks to all your love and wishes!"

"Leaving u with this thought - Everything can be taken away from you but one thing. The freedom of knowing one can choose their attitude in any given environment...Invent your OWN way!Love...supersonic style," he further wrote.

Photos: Shah Rukh Khan meets Hrithik Roshan at hospital

A host of Hrithik's friends including Shah Rukh Khan, wife Gauri, Sharman Joshi, directors Karan Johar, Ashutosh Gowariker and Madhur Bhandarkar, Uday Chopra have visited the actor since his surgery on Sunday (July 7).

Hrithik's wife Sussanne and her in laws have been at the hospital since Sunday.

Hrithik Roshan successfully underwent a brain surgery on Sunday (July 7) to remove a two-month-old clot.

The actor has been advised four-week bed rest after which he can resume shooting, hospital sources said.

The 39-year-old actor had suffered an injury to his head while performing stunts for his upcoming action film Bang Bang two months ago.

The Krrish star has been suffering from Subdural Hematoma, which is often caused by bleeding of veins in the brain as a result of a blow to the head.

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