Welcome to health care magic. 1.The report suggest there is scoliotic deformity - that means there is tilt to one side. 2.There is pathology noted at level of two vertebrae - this kind of changes are seen due to infective aetiology in your age group -probably tuberculosis comes in first place followed by other bacterial. 3.There are some rib changes in the 8th - which could be old healed fracture or due to the vertebral changes. 4.Which might be causing pressure effect on the lung - so, it can be moved as your actor said. 5.I would recommend to get a CT scan done for better evaluation of the cause and treated accordingly. 6.As only on x-ray findings is not enough to find the cause, further blood and sputum test suggested. good luck. Hope i have answered your query. Any thing to ask do not hesitate http://doctor.healthcaremagic.com/doctors/dr-ganesh/62888 Thank you.