Su­niel is con­fi­dent about Ahaan’s de­but; says he’s work­ing hard

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Ac­tor Su­niel Shetty’s (above right) daugh­ter, Athiya has al­ready made her Bol­ly­wood de­but and now it’s his son Ahaan’s (above left) turn to en­ter the film in­dus­try. Con­fi­dent about his son’s ca­reer, Su­niel says that Ahaan is leav­ing no stone un­turned to prove his met­tle.

Ac­cord­ing to ear­lier re­ports, Ahaan has signed his de­but film with pro­ducer Sa­jid Na­di­ad­wala’s pro­duc­tion. “Ahaan is in sta­ble hands with Sa­jid. I think Ahaan, along with such a good pro­ducer, make for a great com­bi­na­tion to give a block­buster,” says Su­niel. The 55-year-old ac­tor as­serts that Ahaan is work­ing on all as­pects of be­com­ing a com­plete en­ter­tainer. “Ahaan is a trained ac­tor and is work­ing hard to give his best. He is also a mu­si­cian — a singer and lead gui­tarist,” says Su­niel, who re­turned to the screen af­ter a hia­tus of three years with the tele­vi­sion show India’s Asli Cham­pion... Hai Dum.

With a ca­reer span­ning two decades in the film in­dus­try, Su­niel has been quite vo­cal about the im­por­tance of work­ing with young­sters and giv­ing the young­sters a chance. And with his new fit­ter avatar, he has got ev­ery­one’s at­ten­tion.

“People who didn’t even know I ex­isted, now come to me, tap their heart and say ‘sir re­spect’. They ask how I main­tain my body. People in the gym take my ad­vice and that is such a com­pli­ment,” adds Su­niel.


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