Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai actor Rohitashv Gour reveals he was rushed to the hospital in a almost paralyzed state by friends Sanjay Mishra and Vineet Kumar

Gour recently opened up about a terrifying incident that happened early in his career, thanking renowned actors Vineet Kumar and Sanjay Mishra for saving his life.

MUMBAI : Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain, a popular comedy show on &TV, is one of the most popular sitcoms on television. Actor Rohitashv who plays the role of Manmohan Tiwari in the show has made a place in the viewers hearts with his performance. Gour recently opened up about a terrifying incident that happened early in his career, thanking renowned actors Vineet Kumar and Sanjay Mishra for saving his life.

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Recalling the incident, Gour revealed, “It was the 1990s, and Sanjay, Vineet, and I were sharing a rented apartment in Santacruz, Mumbai, close to the airport. One sweltering summer night, we decided to sleep on the terrace due to the ongoing birthday party of the landlord's son and seeking relief from the heat, unaware of a water spill from the tank above. Despite the constant noise from airplanes, we eventually fell asleep.”

He added, “The next morning, I woke up to a terrifying reality. I could barely move. Sensing something was wrong, Sanjay and Vineet sprang into action without hesitation. They struggled to help me stand and walk, but their determination was unwavering. They managed to get me to the hospital just in time. The doctor said that my spine had been exposed to the water throughout the night, leading to my near-paralyzed state. And if my friends had not acted so quickly, I could have suffered a severe injury. It was a terrifying experience, but I was grateful for Sanjay and Vineet’s quick actions and unwavering support.”

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He further said, “Following the incident, I faced a long and painful recovery, decided to leave Mumbai and return to my hometown, where I spent several months on bed rest. Once I regained my strength, I joined the National School of Drama Repertory Company in Delhi, dedicating six years to honing the craft before returning to Mumbai in 1997 to restart my journey. That experience left an indelible mark on me. What Sanjay and Vineet did for me during that difficult time is a memory I will forever be thankful for. I truly admire and appreciate them from the bottom of my heart. In an industry often dominated by stories of rivalry and competition, this tale of friendship and heroism serves as a reminder of the deep bonds that can form amidst the glittering lights of the entertainment industry.”

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