SRK's surgery Tuesday, son comes down to be with him

Mumbai, May 28 (IANS) Shah Rukh Khan will undergo a surgery Tuesday at the Lilavati Hospital and reportedly the superstar's son Aryan has come down from London to be with his father.

"Shah Rukh will undergo a surgery on his right shoulder today (Tuesday) afternoon at Lilavati. Shah Rukh had injured himself during 'Ra.One', but later he got busy with 'Chennai Express' and said that he will get the surgery done only after wrapping up the shooting for 'Chennai Express," a source close to the superstar told IANS.

"His son Aryan came down a couple of days back to be with his father. His entire family is with him," added the source.

While shooting for Rohit Shetty's "Chennai Express", the 47-year-old used to have pain in his shoulder, but he refused to use body doubles for "Chennai Express".

Shah Rukh wrapped up "Chennai Express" May 25.

Shah Rukh is married to Gauri Khan and they have two children - Aryan and daughter Suhana.

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