By Subhash K. Jha
Mumbai, Feb 25 (IANS) Suniel Shetty finally returned to shooting Wednesday following a chest injury two months back and says he is as nervous as hell.
"I restart with Aditya Dutta's 'Garam Chai' where I've to match my comic timing with Chi Chi (Govinda). It couldn't get any tougher for me. I feel in these two months I've forgotten how to act," Suniel told IANS.
Suniel has never stayed away from shooting for so long, all thanks to his chest injury during the shooting of Priyadarshan's "De Dana Dan" that put him out of circulation for over two months.
"The last I shot was in the third week of December. I'm resuming shooting on Feb 25. For a guy who has never taken a break for more than a few days this has been agony."
It's been a tough two months for Suniel and his family.
"First my chest injury which was really serious. Then just last week I fractured my finger. As though all this wasn't enough my father slipped and fractured his shoulder bone. He can't be operated upon because of his age. He'll just have to rest it out. Luckily, he stays with us. So his grandchildren will keep him entertained," he said.
These last few months have made Suniel realise the value of family.
"Being bed-ridden I got to spend a lot of time with my family and to see films. I'm so thrilled about the fact that both my children have turned out fully filmy. They watch all the Hindi films without a pause and repeatedly. Yeah, I think both want a career in films."
In fact, Suniel is already planning a grand launch for his son.