Randeep Hooda collapsed on the sets of his film 'Sultan' late Sunday evening in Delhi following a severe attack of appendicitis. He was rushed to the Fortis Hospital where he is likely to undergo surgery today.
The actor had been in pain for the last few days, but he ignored it to complete the shoot on time. The actor essays the character of Salman Khan’s wrestling coach in Ali Abbas Zafar’s film. Unit sources state that Salman told him to get admitted in a hospital seeing him in pain. Randeep had been shooting popping painkillers, but there was no relief for him.
Randeep has had a hectic schedule of late with the promotions of his film, 'Laal Rang', which releases this week besides his commitments for his other project, 'Sarbjit'. He also had to attend events of the Mumbai fire brigade after he was recently appointed as its brand ambassador.
Randeep will be unavailable for the promotions of his film 'Laal Rang' as well as for the shoot of 'Sultan'. His spokesperson confirmed the news.
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