After a bout of typhoid, actor Ronit Roy is back to work and is planning to hit the gym.
"For all who ask. Fit as a fiddle now. One last blood test remaining," Ronit tweeted late Sunday night.
"Will hit the gym from Monday morning. Need to get those abs back," added the 46-year-old, who has been following a strict fitness regimen for a toned physique for his role in the movie "Shootout At Wadala".
Ronit had informed fans last week that doctors had confirmed to him that he was suffering from typhoid. Nevertheless, he continued shooting for 'Adaalat', a courtroom drama series in which he plays successful advocate K.D. Pathak.
In 'Shootout At Wadala', which is based on the 1982 shootout in which criminal Manya Surve was killed, Ronit plays the role of Inspector Raja Tambat.
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