A month ago, Sunil Grover was admitted to the hospital as he suffered from a heart attack. His heart was found to have blockages, so he underwent surgery. He underwent three angioplasty procedures.
However, he is better now and set to get back to work. As per news received from the Times of India, it has been reported that Sunil Grover is getting back into the field and will be leaving for Rishikesh soon for a new project.
According to a source, he has been following all of the instructions. He has been committed to his fitness regimen and diet. Sunil Grover approached his health setback with optimism and hopes to return to work soon. He appears to be sticking to his diet, yoga, and fitness routine even while in Rishikesh.
He was recently a guest at the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav in Delhi, which celebrated its first anniversary. The Ministry of Culture organized the event. Sunil Grover, Armaan Malik, Dhvani Bhanushali, and Kumar Vishwas were among the guests.
Sunil Grover was most recently seen in the web series Sunflower, which debuted on ZEE5. In the series, he played Sonu Singh, alongside Ranvir Shorey, Ashish Vidyarthi, Mukul Chadda, and Girish Kulkarni. There is no doubt the fans are happy that Sunil has recovered well with adequate off-time and he is ready to return.
About Sunil Grover
Sunil Grover is best known for his roles as Gutthi and Dr. Mashoor Gulati in Kapil Sharma‘s comedy shows. After his performance in Vishal Bhardwaj’s Pataakha, the comedian gained national acclaim as a versatile actor.
He was also well-liked for his role as Vilayati Khan in Salman Khan‘s Bharat. He has stated that he would rather be known as a versatile actor than a comedian. Sunil Grover has had quite a journey, beginning with radio and ending with films.