In March, a nationwide lockdown was imposed on people, with everything coming to a standstill. Even the shooting of various shows and films came to a halt but now that the lockdown stress is getting relaxed with people resuming work and shoot, actor Randeep Hooda has also resumed his work for his upcoming film, Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai also starring Salman Khan and Disha Patani. Hooda took to her Twitter handle and shared a picture of himself where he is seen in a recording studio with mic. While sharing the picture, he seemed to be all excited as he said he is grateful to be back at work.
His caption to the picture read, "Grateful to be back at work #Radhe" Meanwhile, Randeep Hooda underwent a major surgery amidst COVID-19. In an interview with Times Of India, Randeep Hooda revealed that he had got metal plates and screws inserted in his legs after he suffered a major accident 12-years ago. He said, "After the accident, I had metal plates and screws inserted to hold the bones together, heal the leg and bring it back to life. I was bedridden for a long time and all my projects evaporated during that time. I was supposed to take these plates out in a year but either I didn’t have the money, or didn’t have the time."
He further said that he had to get them removed because the leg got infected and the surgery became a necessity.
Coming back to his work, Randeep Hooda was last seen Netflix film, Extraction also starring Chris Hemsworth. The actor played a pivotal role in the film which also starred Pankaj Tripathi. Reportedly, the makers of Salman Khan starrer Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai are eyeing for a Republic Day 2021 release. ALSO READ: Randeep Hooda Memes Himself With An Extraction Still Where He Sports A Fracture; Captions It 'Coming Back From Liquor Shop'
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