Aditya Seal Resumes Work Three Weeks After His Father's Demise Due To Coronavirus - PICS

On September 8, Student of the Year 2 actor Aditya Seal lost his father Ravi Seal to Coronavirus.

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Aditya Seal Resumes Work Three Weeks After His Father's Demise Due To Coronavirus - PICS
Student of The Year 2 actor Aditya Seal went through a rough phase recently as his father Ravi Seal succumbed to novel Coronavirus. It was on September 8 that Ravi Seal, who was a film producer, breathed his last after being hospitalised for two days. Aditya's close friend had confirmed the news and stated that the actor is devastated. Now, three weeks after his father's demise, Aditya Seal has resumed work. The actor was spotted on the sets of his upcoming film, details of which are still under wrap.

Pictures of Aditya from the sets have made their way to the internet. Keeping in mind the pandemic, Aditya can be seen with his face mask on while he is dressed in a blue t-shirt and black jeans. With so many new Coronavirus cases emerging every day and especially with his father's death due to the virus, it is indeed courageous of Aditya Seal to get back on the sets of his film to comply with his work commitments.

On the work front, Aditya Seal will be next seen in Indoo Ki Jawani alongside Kiara Advani. It was supposed to release on June 5, 2020, however, the film got postponed due to the outbreak of Coronavirus and the lockdown that followed. Prior to this, Aditya Seal was seen in a web-series called Fittrat alongside Krystle D'Souza. His performance was highly praised.


Aditya Seal has been a part of films such as Tum Bin II, Ek Chhotisi Love Story, Namaste England and more. However, he attained fame with Karan Johar's Student Of The Year 2. (Also Read: Class Of 2020 Actress Isha Chawlaa Has NEVER Been On A Date; Also Reveals About Secretly Crushing On Aditya Seal- EXCLUSIVE)


Image Source: Instagram/adityaseal
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