Salim Khan on Abdullah Khan’s sudden demise, says ‘Medicines didn’t work on him much’
Veteran screenwriter Salim Khan spoke in detail about the sudden demise of Salman Khan's nephew Abdullah Khan.
On March 30th, 2020, Salman Khan’s nephew Abdullah Khan took his last breath due to a cardiac arrest, it is noted that a few days back, Salman’s nephew Abdullah was admitted to Mumbai to Kokilaben Ambani Hospital due to health complications. Now, the veteran screenwriter Salim Khan revealed the reason behind his sudden demise.
Talking to SpotboyE, in an exclusive interview, Salim Khan said, “He had diabetes, which made his health deteriorate. Every patient behaves individually to medicines. Medicines didn’t work on him much. His heart gave up. He died of cardiac arrest.”
The veteran actor further added, “He was the only son of his parents. And, he had a girlfriend. She has also left for Indore. The cremation must be over by now. He was a very healthy and strong person before diabetes took over him. He was a lot into exercises. But yes, he met with a very serious accident some time ago.“
Salim Khan also spoke about how six months back, Abdullah met with an accident while on his way from Indore, “Abdullah was coming from Indore in a car. Two people were changing his tyres while he had parked his car aside. A truck came from behind and hit them.”
Abdullah was brought to Mumbai. He recovered in after getting admitted to the Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai in about 15-20 days and went back to Indore. He also stated that Abdullah’s health started worsening and the doctors had said his chances of recovering fully were “very slim.”
Due to the coronavirus lockdown, Salman Khan could not attend Abdullah Khan’s funeral.