Bollywood actor Suniel Shetty is unstoppable as he continues to win hearts with his acting prowess even at the age of 61. Of late, the actor has delivered some power-packed performances in the shows like 'Hunter Tootega Nahi Todega' and 'Dharavi Bank.’ Suniel has also been making headlines for making some explosive and surprising revelations. And, Suniel in a recent interview recalled the time when he used to get threatening calls from the underworld.
During his appearance on the podcast 'The BarberShop with Shantanu', the Hera Pheri actor revealed that he received calls from the underworld back in the 90s but he never got scared. Suniel was quoted saying, “You know I used to get calls saying, ‘I will do this, I will do that.’ I used to abuse back. I had cops telling me, Listen, you’re crazy. You don’t understand, they’ll get upset and they could do anything.’ I said, ‘What? I’m not wrong, protect me. What have I done?’ So that’s the background I came from.” The actor further revealed that he has done some crazy stuff and he has not told anything about it to his kids, Athiya and Ahaan. “I have never told Athiya and Ahaan what I have done. I have done some crazy stuff. Got injured, got out of it and self-healed. And that’s where, from a fitness perspective, I always say, Time is the best healer’,” Shetty further shared. ALSO READ: Suniel Shetty Upset With Govinda? Former REVEALS Why, Says, ‘He Is Not Working Enough, He Needs To Get Back’
The Dhadkan star went on to state that his family earlier lived in the Lamington Road area wherein the first “golden gang of Mumbai” came up. He stated that despite his father's business doing very well in the locality, he did not want his kids to grow up in that area. “He begged, borrowed, stole. He did not steal, but they moved into an area with better culture, better schools, better people,” Suniel stated.
Meanwhile, on the professional front, Suniel Shetty will next be seen in the upcoming film Hera Pheri 3 where he would be seen reprising his role of Shyam. The movie will be directed by Farhad Samji.