From Selling Wine To Being In Hospital For 57 Days: Chandu Champion Actor Aniruddh Dave's Comeback Story Is Truly Inspiring!

Chandu Champion fame Aniruddh Dave's comeback is truly inspiring, read to know how the actor made a it after being in hospital for 57 days

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From Selling Wine To Being In Hospital For 57 Days: Chandu Champion Actor Aniruddh Dave's Comeback Story Is Truly Inspiring!
Following the success of Chandu Champion, Aniruddh Dave has been receiving significant attention. However, he is no stranger to the media spotlight, having been part of the acting world for over 15 years. Aniruddh began his journey in television with the show "Raajkumar Aaryyan" in 2008. His acting and charm quickly won over television audiences, establishing him as a beloved figure. Over the years, Aniruddh has appeared in a series of renowned shows that have made him a household name across India. Notable among these are "Woh Rehne Waali Mehlon Ki," "Ruk Jana Nahi," "Aaj Ki Housewife Hai...Sab Jaanti Hai," "Yam Hain Hum," "Suryaputra Karn," "Janbaaz Sindbad," "Y.A.R.O Ka Tashan," "Patiala Babes," "Lockdown Ki Love Story," and "Shakti — Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki." These shows have played a crucial role in cementing his mark in the television industry. ALSO READ: Chandu Champion: All You Need To Know About Murlikant Petkar - The Unsung Hero Played By Kartik Aaryan 

Aniruddh made his Bollywood debut with the 2009 film "Teree Sang." His notable performances include roles in "Shorgul," "Pranaam," "Bell Bottom," "Kaagaz 2," and "Chandu Champion." He has also showcased his talent in the OTT space, debuting with the web series "Untouchables" and subsequently appearing in "Zindabad," "Unafraid," and "Tujhpe Main Fida." ALSO READ: Chandu Champion Movie REVIEW: Kartik Aaryan Packs A Powerful Punch! DELIVERS Performance Of A Lifetime In This Truly Inspiring Murlikant Petkar Biopic

Aniruddh Dave's journey is an inspiration for many young actors. Despite facing numerous rejections, he persevered. When he decided to pursue acting, he auditioned for Delhi’s National School of Drama but was rejected. Undeterred, he continued to hone his craft. In 2007, he moved to Mumbai in search of film roles but faced more rejections. During this challenging period, he sustained himself by selling wines for a daily wage of Rs. 500. His perseverance paid off in 2008 when he landed a role in "Raajkumar Aaryyan," marking the start of his acting career in Mumbai.




Aniruddh's resilience was further tested during the COVID-19 pandemic. In an interview with Dainik Bhaskar, he recounted the scariest phase of his life when his health deteriorated rapidly due to the virus. Hospitalized for 57 days, he admitted to losing hope of survival, saying, "There came a time when I had lost hope of living. I had to wear diapers. I had assumed that I would not survive. I always pray to God that this moment never comes in anyone else's life. To be honest, this is my second life."




On the personal front, Aniruddh is married to popular television actress Shubhi Ahuja. The couple, who married on November 24, 2015, has a son named Anishq. Aniruddh Dave's journey from facing rejection to becoming a successful actor is a testament to his determination and resilience, inspiring many aspiring actors to persevere in the face of adversity.

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