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Stallone turns to Ayurveda

Submitted by Sheetal on July 7, 2009 – 1:23 pm4 Comments
Hollywood Wiretaps Stallone

AP / Daniel Ochoa de Olza

Today’s age where human life expectancy has come down to average 70-80 years, many are now seeing turning towards the ancient age old remedies, especially the ‘Ayurveda‘. Famous celebrities including the highest paid entertainers also are not away from it.

Hollywood actor Sylvester Stallone, an academy award-nominated American actor, director, producer and screenwriter has now turned to Ayurveda to get rid of his persisting knee pain.

Recently, in an attempt to make east meets west Bollywood film titled ‘Kambakkht Ishq’, Sylvester Stallone, along with other actors like Denise Richards, Brandon Routh and Holly Valance appeared in cameos, playing themselves.

While having a chat about his enduring knee problem with the famous bollywood star and co-star of the movie Akshay Kumar , the ‘Rambo’ star cuddled the ancient Indian medicine on Akshay’s suggestion, as the bollywood star provided him the name of his favorite Ayurvedic practitioner as well, during the shooting of their venture & newly released film ‘Kambakkhat Ishq’.

The magic of thousand year’s old ayurveda seems to have attracted Stallone, where now the Hollywood actor intends to spread the word about Ayurveda to his Hollywood buddies.


  • Ryan says:

    Ahem…Stallone turning to Ayurveda… Wise choice. After all prescribed by an Indian :P

  • Akshyae says:

    Stallone has turned to Ayurveda…good…hope he doesn’t turn to rubbish bollywood films like kambakht ishq..he deserved better

  • Manyata says:

    Referring to ancient Indian curative therapies comes naturally to us. We never get the ‘Wow’ feeling like Hollywood celebrities..may be because these type of treatments is new for them..

  • neeraj says:

    Ayurveda, off course it offers good medicines without any side effects. Good to know that a Rambo is spreading a good word about Ayurveda in USA.

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