Salman Khan Says “Hospital, Hospital” Shouts Erupted After His Snake Bite
- Salman Khan was trying to remove the snake from his farmhouse
- Salman Khan Said He “Lovely Raised The Snake”
- “The snake wrapped itself in a stick and started climbing upwards”: Salman
Actor Salman Khan, who was bitten by a non-venomous snake at his farmhouse in Panvel on Saturday night, revealed that the snake bit him for the third time, news agency AFP reported. Salman Khan was bitten thrice by a non-venomous snake a day before his birthday and was treated at a hospital in Navi Mumbai’s Kamothe, from where he was discharged on Sunday morning. Speaking about how he tried to remove the snake from his farmhouse and was bitten by the snake thrice, Salman Khan said that he “lovedly picked up the snake and brought it out, and the snake carried itself on a stick.” Wrapped up. And then it started climbing upwards,” AFP reports.
After being bitten twice by the snake, local villagers gathered at the farmhouse and shouted ‘hospital, hospital, hospital’ and said that I (the actor) should be taken to the hospital quickly. There was so much commotion that there was a snake. A little venomous, and it bit me again,” Salman Khan said, AFP reports.
After nearly six hours of medical treatment, where the actor was given antivenom and kept under observation, Salman Khan returned to his farmhouse on Sunday morning and celebrated his 56th birthday with his family and friends.
After being discharged, during a conversation with the media, Salman Khan told that the snake that bit him survived the incident and has been taken back to the forest safely.
On Monday, news agency ANI quoted Salman Khan as saying: “When I came back, we let the snake go. My sister was really scared, so I clicked a picture with the snake for her. Dosti with snake Will be.” Snake) My father asked me what happened? Is the snake alive? So, I said yes, the tiger is also alive, the snake is also alive.”
Salman Khan turned 56 on Monday. He is the star of movies like Hello Brother, Biwi No 1, Dabangg, Radhe and Kick.
(with inputs from news agency AFP)