While actor-comedian Sunil Grover was not hesitant about getting again to set and begin taking pictures, he can’t look forward to issues to return to regular.
“I just want this pandemic to get over so that we can shoot 12 hours a day, and see people without the mask. I am tired of looking at people with masks. I want to see their real faces,” says Grover, asserting that the non-public contact has gone lacking within the pandemic period.
Of all of the folks he has met in the course of the pandemic for work or in any other case, the actor says he hasn’t seen anybody’s face.
“I don’t know with whom I am working,” he quips, including, “Tomorrow, if I am doing a project, and once the pandemic is over, then I don’t know if I will be able to recognise them. I have only seen them with the masks and only if they remove it, I will be able to figure out.”
The actor, who was final seen in internet present, Sunflower, says that he’s clueless about his new buddies, and jokes, “I am making friends with those people, but who are those people.”
Recalling an incident, the 43-year-old shares, “Once while working on Sunflower, I went on set in the morning, and a guy was having tea out in the open without a mask. He looked at me and said, ‘Sir, scene bahut acha kiya’. I was like, ‘Thank you, but from which department are you from?’ He told me he has been styling my hair for the past two months every day, and when he wore a mask, then I recognised him. So, we don’t know who we are working with.”