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Salman Khan asked his team of doctors to look after Sunil Grover’s health post his surgery

Sunil Grover, a comedian and actor, was taken to the Asian Heart Institute’s emergency room after complaining of chest trouble. On January 8, 2022, the Bharat actor was reportedly hospitalised. Following an examination, it was discovered that he had suffered a heart attack and that he had tested positive for Covid-19. He needed cardiac surgery since two of his arteries were completely blocked and the third artery was 70 to 90 percent blocked. Now, IndiaToday.in has exclusively learned that Sunil’s health was being monitored by Salman Khan, who is a close friend of Sunil’s.

Now it is known that Salman Khan‘s team of doctors kept a check on Sunil’s health after he underwent heart surgery.

“Salman is very close to Sunil Grover. He kept a close check on the comedian’s health while he was in the hospital. The actor asked his team of doctors, who also work with Being Human, to make sure everything was fine. Salman’s team also kept a check on Sunil’s heart surgery. Now that Sunil has been discharged, Salman has instructed the team of doctors to monitor his health and make sure that Sunil is fine,” a source informed IndiaToday.

Sunil Grover had to have four bypass surgeries to recuperate, according to a report in the Times Of India. He was discharged from the hospital yesterday, February 3, 2022, following the procedures. Sunil is recuperating well, according to Dr. Panda, and he is walking around and going about his daily routines following his operation.

Salman is amazing friends with Sunil Grover, for those who don’t know. Sunil attends Salman’s birthday parties on a regular basis. In Bharat, Salman and Sunil also collaborated. Sunil plays the part of Salman Khan’s best friend in the film.

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