Suniel Shetty is the actor who is known as the god of action in the era of the 90s. The star turns 59 today. But looking at his pictures and his physic it seems that the actor is aging in reverse. He is a fitness freak hale and hearty person. He never misses on his workout gym sessions. Even today he is the heartthrob of millions of fans and especially can steal a girl’s heart. Suniel also practices yoga to stay healthy. He is the actor with a young heart.
The senior actor keeps his life simple and normal off the cameras, unlike other big celebrities. He is the one who loves to spend time with his family and his pet dogs. He shares a strong and lovely and friendly bond with daughter Athiya and son Ahan. He shares several pictures with both of them especially the childhood images as memories.
The fun fact is whenever he posts his old pictures from the 90s and compares it with is current or latest look one actually faces a dilemma which one is better because he is the same handsome hunk different upgraded look! His grayish thick beard and hair are just is a unique style that definitely suits him the best. He is one of the actors in Bollywood who is proving that age is not a barrier when it comes to acting and hard work.
Suniel Shetty always carries a robust manly look. Even his characters in the films portray him in that way be it Border, Mohra, Main Hoon Na, Dus, Aan- Men At Work to name a few. Though he is known as the action hero of Bollywood he has worked in films of other genres as well. He is seen in films like Hera pheri, Phir Hera Pheri, Awara Paagal Deewana, Chup Chup Ke which more or less comes under comedy genre.
Through his versatility, acting skills, and dialogue delivery Suniel Shetty has always entertained us over these years. The actor has as an art of molding himself in the character he plays. As well all fondly call him Anna, we will see him in the film like Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham, which also stars Mohanlal, Keerthy Suresh and Manju Warrier and Sanjay Gupta’s gangster drama Mumbai Saga. The film, which is set in the 1980s and 1990s, features an ensemble cast including John Abraham, Emraan Hashmi, Jackie Shroff, Gulshan Grover, and Rohit Roy. Thus his aficionados can notch up the level of excitement.