Comedian Sunil Grover waves to reporters, makes heart sign as he leaves hospital after heart surgery

Comedian-actor Sunil Grover, who underwent heart surgery recently, was discharged from the hospital yesterday.

Earlier, Dr Santosh Kumar Dora, who was representing the hospital, told the media that the actor tested positive for coronavirus when he was admitted for surgery and had a blockage in all three arteries. 

As he was stepping out of the hospital, he waved at the paparazzi was also clicked making the heart symbol through a hand gesture before getting into his car.

Grover was famous for playing the roles of Gutthi and Dr Mashoor Gulati on `The Kapil Sharma Show`.

On Wednesday, actor-writer-producer Simi Garewal took to Twitter to share her concern over his health and extended her well wishes to the actor, Zee news reported.

She wrote, "Am shocked that @WhoSunilGrover has had heart surgery. Filling our hearts with laughter & joy at the cost of his own. I pray he recovers fast. He has a formidable talent..& I`m a huge fan!!"

According to several reports, Sunil Grover was admitted to the hospital for a blockage in his heart. 

The actor was also featured in `Kanpur Wale Khuranas` and `Gangs Of Filmistaan` after becoming a household name.

Apart from his stint on television, he was recently seen in `Bharat`, `Pataakha`, `Tandav`, and `Sunflower` among others that garnered him immense appreciation. 

He has previously also appeared in a few films, including Aamir Khan`s 2008 hit movie `Ghajini`, Akshay Kumar`s `Gabbar Is Back`, and `The Legend of Bhagat Singh`.

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