Hugh Grant suffered from crippling diarrhoea after travelling to India to shoot ‘The Bengali Evening’.
The 60-year-extinct actor outlined how he was stuck on the loo for 3 months after being struck down with traveller’s diarrhoea, commonly known as ‘Delhi abdominal’, when he labored on the 1988 movie.
Talking on the ‘WTF with Marc Maron’ podcast, Hugh said: “You bag poisoned on day three.
“On that movie, I was there for 3 months and I did now not proceed the loo apart from to shoot my scenes – and then I had to skedaddle merit to proceed with my explosive diarrhoea.”
Hugh also recalled the surreal trip of getting stuck in visitors in Calcutta, subsequent to a wearisome physique on a stretcher.
Hugh previously revealed that he quit acting for a time after creating a “depraved attitude”.
The ‘Paddington 2’ star took a smash from motion photographs after making ‘Music and Lyrics’ due to the affords drying up, especially for main man substances.
The ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ star said: “I developed a depraved attitude from about 2005 onwards, at the moment after “Music and Lyrics. I lawful had ample. Then I went merit in 2009 and made one other movie.
“At that level, it wasn’t me giving up Hollywood. Hollywood gave me up due to I made this sort of extensive turkey with that movie with Sarah Jessica Parker [‘Did You Hear About The Morgans?’].
“Whether or no longer I desired to or no longer after that, the times of being a in actuality properly-paid main man had been all correct now gone in a single day. It was a tiny bit embarrassing but it left existence free for diverse things.”