Veteran actor Arun Bali has been diagnosed with a rare neuromuscular disease and has hence been hospitalized. After a series of tests, it has confirmed that he has Myasthenia Gravis, which is a rare long-term autoimmune disease. The actor has been admitted to the Hiranandani Hospital for further treatment. CINTAA member, Nupur Alankar, had spoken to Bali recently and felt something was off. As a result, she contacted his son, Ankush and requested to take Bali to the hospital just in case. Nupur told ETimes, "I was on call with Arun Bali sir when I sensed something is majorly wrong with his speech and pointed it out to him. After that I tried contacting his son Ankush, but couldn't get through. Then I called up Rajeev Menon who is Ankush's colleague and got his other number and I advised him to take Arun sir to the hospital immediately." Bali’s daughter Itishree too later confirmed about her father’s condition to Nupur saying that he has been suffering from a rare neuromuscular disease called Myasthenia Gravis, which is caused by a breakdown of the nerve-muscle communication. 

Arun Bali is best known among Hindi cinema fans for his appearances in character roles and has worked alongside some of the top names in the industry. He made his television debut in 1989 in the serial Doosra Kewal before taking on the part of King Porus in the 1991 period drama Chanakya, while playing Kunwar Singh in the Doordarshan soap opera Swabhimaan. Bali has also acted in blockbuster films like 3 Idiots, Panipat, Kedarnath, PK, Ready, Barfi, Oh My God, Manmarziyaan to name a notable few.