After an entire day of shooting for a film, Shreyas Talpade returned home and expressed a sense of unease to his wife.

Actor Shreyas Talpade, 47, suffered a heart attack immediately after completing his shoot in Mumbai on Thursday evening. The actor, urgently transported to Bellevue Hospital in Andheri West, underwent angioplasty to address the medical emergency. (here)

As per an anonymous source, Shreyas Talpade was reportedly in perfect health and spent the entire day filming for the upcoming film, “Welcome to the Jungle. His wife said- “He shot through the day, was absolutely fine and joking around with everyone on the set. He even shot sequences that had a bit of action. After finishing the shoot, he went back home and told his wife that he was feeling uneasy. She rushed him to the hospital but he collapsed on the way,” added the source. The hospital confirmed, “Shreyas Talpade is admitted. He was brought late in the evening. His health update is awaited.” (here)

Talpade has garnered widespread acclaim, both critically and commercially, for his contributions to Hindi and Marathi cinema. Over the course of his two-decade-long career, he has showcased his talent in more than 45 films.

“Welcome to the Jungle” boasts an impressive ensemble cast featuring some of Bollywood’s biggest names, including Akshay Kumar, Raveena Tandon, Disha Patani, Jacqueline Fernandez, Lara Dutta, Suniel Shetty, Sanjay Dutt, Paresh Rawal, Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor, Rajpal Yadav, Johny Lever, Kiku Sharda, Krushna Abhishek, Rahul Dev, and the renowned singing duo of brothers Daler Mehndi and Mika Singh.

Born on January 27, 1976, Shreyas Talpade initially gained recognition through his involvement in Marathi serials and stage performances. However, it was his role in ‘Iqbal’ (2005), portraying a deaf-mute aspiring cricketer, that catapulted him to nationwide acclaim. Since then, he has graced the screens in over 40 Hindi and Marathi films, leaving an indelible mark with notable appearances in movies such as ‘Dor,’ ‘Apna Sapna Money Money,’ ‘Om Shanti Om,’ ‘Welcome to Sajjanpur,’ and ‘Golmaal Returns.’

Published by HOLR Magazine.