Vivek Agnihotri undergoes knee surgery, fans wish speedy recovery

Vivek Agnihotri suffered a cartilage tear in December 2020. However, it took the filmmaker a year and a half to undergo surgery due to his busy schedule.

Vivek Agnihotri is currently recovering from knee surgery.

Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri recently underwent knee surgery. The Kashmir Files director had suffered a cartilage rupture on December 24, 2020. However, as he was busy with his film, he delayed his knee treatment. Vivek shared a photo on social media and explained how he neglected his health for his film.


Vivek Agnihotri, who will later lead The Delhi Files, took to Twitter and wrote, “Finally knee therapy is starting. I completely ignored Miniscus (cartilage tear) for 1.5 years due to #TheKashmirFiles . Every time I have to choose between body and work, I end up compromising on my body. That attitude (sic) needs to change.”

In his next tweet, he shared BTS footage from Kashmir Files where he can be seen walking with a stick. He added: “It was the day of December 24, 2020. When I slipped and tore my cartilage. The doctors asked me to rest it for 6-8 weeks. But as they say, Show, Must Go On The show went on, uninterrupted, for the next 18 months, but my knee got worse. Today, who am I to blame for a ‘self-inflicted fracture’ (sic)?”

Take a look at Vivek’s post:

After the success of The Kashmir Files, Vivek Agnohotri has announced his next film, The Delhi Files.

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