Courtesy : Sushant Singh Rajput
Sushant Singh Rajput’s health has taken a drop as the actor has fallen prey to dengue. Diagnosed with this mosquito-borne disease, he has been advised with complete bed rest, due to which he had to reschedule his work commitments.
Sushant was having a gala time in Europe and had recently landed back to Mumbai. He was supposed to jet off to his Abu Dhabi tour, but his health deteriorated and he had to cancel it.
A Mumbai Mirror report quoted a source as saying, “He had been unwell for a few days and the tests showed that he had contracted dengue, following which he had to reschedule work commitments. He was to travel to Abu Dhabi for an event this week, but the doctors advised against it as he needs to rest for now.”
As soon as the news of his ill health started making the rounds on the Internet, Sushant’s fans were quick to pour in their good wishes for the actor and wish him a speedy recovery. Fans also shared home remedies to help the actor to recover soon.
Besides Sushant, his Chhichhore co-star Shraddha Kapoor was also down with dengue a while back. TV actors Mohsin Khan, Zain Imam were also infected with the disease earlier.
Sushant has a very interesting bucket list and has been on a spree to tick off as many things from his list as soon as possible. The actor has shared his bucket list on Instagram, which states his wishes like he wants to learn how to fly a plane, play a cricket match left-handed and travel through Europe by train. The 50 dreams list also included teaching dance to kids, learn guitar, understand Polynesian astronomy, do active volcano photography, among others.
From visiting ISRO, NASA to the Indian Army, Sushant has been living his dreams. Recently, he jetted off to Paris to visit Disneyland, with his alleged girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty. Post his return to India Rajput has been in the news for moving in with Rhea, which has further fuelled the rumors of the two dating.
On the work front, Sushant was last seen alongside Jacqueline Fernandez in Netflix’s Drive. Next, he will be seen in the Hindi adaptation of Josh Boone’s 2014 film The Fault In Our Stars, based on John Greene’s 2012 bestseller, titled Dil Bechara.