Doctor opens up on Sharwanand’s surgery 

Sharwanand recently underwent an 11-hours surgery over his shoulder dislocation. While many apprehensions and doubts were hovering as to how Sharwa is recuperating and will he be able to come to screen being fit. Putting all the speculations to rest, the Managing Director of Sunshine Hospitals issued a statement stating that Sharwanand needs lot of time to recover but he will definitely come back to acting soon.

Sharwa got injured his shoulder while rehearsing for skydiving stunt in Bangkok. He was immediately rushed back to the City where four orthopaedic surgeons performed the surgery which lasted for nearly 11 hours. The surgery lastetd for four hours and another five hours were spent on plastic surgery and three and a half hours for observation.

The video was shared by Team Sharwa on Twitter sharing doctor Guruva Reddy message which reads, “I know Sharwanand from several years. He is now playing the hero in producer Gunnam Gangaraju’s upcoming movie. So he is a family member for me. Unfortunately, his shoulder bone was fractured during the shooting of this film in Thailand. This bone was broken in four to five places. Yesterday, my medical team consisting of Dr Kamalakar Dr Subramanyam, dr Chandrasekhar, plastic surgeon Dr Bhavani Prasad and anesthetist Dr Giridhar have set his bone right in surgery that went on for four hours in Sunshine Hospitals yesterday. Since the bone was fractured in several places, it took a lot of time. The glad news is that the bone has been to join and heal soon. We trying to make his should work as it used to before. Since it is right shoulder, there is a stiffness to recover fast. Sharwanand would soon comeback to entertain you through his acting. It takes some time. He will come back to acting through physiotherapy and he will entertain you with his dream roles. He is healthy and there is nothing to worry about him. He has been shifted to ICU and he would be discharged in a couple of days. Later, he will undergo physiotherapy treatment and we will make efforts to bring back his shoulder to normal activity”.