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Anupam Kher wishes Naseeruddin Shah a speedy recovery


New Delhi: Veteran Bollywood actor Anupam Kher wished Naseeruddin Shah a fast recovery after the latter was hospitalised a few days in the past for pneumonia. He is at present present process therapy in Mumbai’s Hinduja Hospital.

Anupam took to his Twitter deal with and wrote, “Sir Naseeruddin Shah sahib!! Pneumonia is seeking importance so it has decided to stick with you for a couple of days. Give it a quick shake off and get well!! Looking forward to working with you since a long time. Take care of yourself! Prayers for your good health.”

 

This tweet particularly comes as a shock contemplating final yr’s bitter row between the 2 of them.

In 2020, speaking about Anupam’s pro-government stance on social media, Naseeruddin had referred to as Anupam a sycophant and a ‘clown’.

Anupam, in retaliation, had launched a lengthy video on the feedback, calling Naseeruddin a good actor however added that he spent his total life in frustration, regardless of nice success.

Meanwhile, Naseeruddin’s situation is reportedly secure now. Earlier within the day, his spouse and actor Ratna Pathak Shah had shared the previous’s well being replace with ANI. She stated, “It is a minor thing. A small pneumonia patch being checked and treated. Should be out soon.”

On the work entrance, the National Award-winning actor was final seen within the movie ‘Mee Raqsam’. Naseeruddin was additionally a a part of the hit internet sequence ‘Bandish Bandits’, the place he performed the function of a classical musician. Movie buffs will subsequent see him sharing display screen house with actor Rasika Duggal in a brief movie.

On the opposite hand, Anupam, in May, had received the Best Actor award on the New York City International Film Festival for his brief movie titled ‘Happy Birthday’, including a feather to his cap.

Apart from ‘Happy Birthday’, the veteran star has a number of different initiatives within the pipeline together with ‘The Last Show’, ‘Mungilal Rocks’, and ‘The Kashmir Files.’

 



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