Veteran actor Mithun Chakraborty fell ill suddenly on the shooting floor last Saturday in Tollywood. His unexpected health setback sent shockwaves through the industry, prompting an outpouring of well-wishes from fans and colleagues alike.
Amidst concern and speculation, familiar faces from the industry, including Dev, Soham Chakraborty, and director Pathikrit Basu, rushed to the hospital to check on the beloved actor. Mithun's son, Mimo Chakraborty, was also seen by his side, engaging in deep conversations with his father and Atanu Roychowdhury.
Director Pathikrit Basu shed light on Mithun's condition, revealing that the actor had experienced chest pains during the shooting of their upcoming film 'Shastri'. Despite initial concerns, Mithun Chakraborty's health scare was swiftly addressed, with Basu providing reassurance to fans and colleagues alike.
Speaking to the press, Basu expressed his relief at Mithun's improving condition and shared his confidence in the actor's speedy recovery. He hinted at Mithun's imminent return to the set, indicating that the shooting schedule for 'Shastri' would resume shortly. Basu's words were a source of comfort for fans eagerly awaiting the return of their beloved star to the silver screen.
The incident also prompted discussions about the demanding nature of film production schedules and the importance of prioritising health in the industry. Basu emphasised the need for a balanced approach to work and well-being, pledging to support Mithun's recovery process.
Meanwhile, Sukanta Majumdar, who recently visited Mithun in the hospital, shared anecdotes of their cheerful conversation, further alleviating concerns about the actor's health.
As the film fraternity rallies around Mithun Chakraborty, the actor's resilience and the unwavering support of his colleagues serve as a testament to the strength of the Tollywood community. With director Pathikrit Basu leading the charge, fans can rest assured that the 'Shastri' team is determined to overcome this hurdle and deliver a memorable cinematic experience.