This is a bitter sweet moment as Aditya Seal resumes shooting for films after his father’s demise.
Fans of the actor are happy and excited but on other hand after losing his father to coronavirus the dedication and passion for craft can be seen as Aditya seal resumes shooting for films after his father’s demise.
Aditya Seal is one of the most stylish and talented new generation Bollywood actors in our film industry who is best known for managing to charm the audiences, critics and his fans by his brilliant performance as the antagonist in Student Of The Year 2 (2019) and also his path breaking role of Veer Shergill in Alt Balaji Hit Webseries “Fittrat” (2019).
His mesmerizing performance as the business man Veer Shergill in Fittrat got him the global fame and recognition along with his ever growing fan base on all social media platforms from all parts of the world.
Aditya lost his father Ravi Seal to coronavirus on the 8th September 2020. Student of The Year 2 actor Aditya Seal recently went through a very bad and rough phase as his father Ravi Seal is no more due to the novel Coronavirus.
It was on 8th September that Ravi Seal, who was a film producer, breathed his last after being hospitalized for two days. A close friend of the actor confirming the news with a leading digital news website said that the actor is pretty shattered and devastated.
Now three weeks after his father’s demise, the actor was recently seen going back to shooting of his films where he was spotted at the film set and details of it are currently being kept under tight wraps for now.
Aditya’s pictures from the sets have made their way to the internet. Keeping in mind the COVID 19 pandemic, Aditya can be seen with his face mask on while he is dressed in a blue t-shirt and black jeans.
It is scary as hell with so many new coronavirus cases developing every day. But now especially with his father’s death due to the virus, it is indeed very brave and courageous move of Aditya Seal to get back to shooting his films on the sets to fulfil with his work commitments.