Rahul Roy Says He Saw The True Colours Of Bollywood After Suffering A Brain Stroke

Not all people who come into our lives stay through sickness and in health. Bollywood actor Rahul Roy who shot to fame after his 90s blockbuster hit ‘Aashiqui’, recently realized this.

 

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The actor who has also tried his hands on politics suffered a brain stroke in November 2020 while he was shooting for his film ‘LAC- Live The Battle In Kargil’ post which he has been out of sight. But thankfully, Rahul is all hail and hearty and back on the sets.

 

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However, while he struggled 11 months after the brain stroke, the actor and cricket lover realized that it’s only a matter of time that you go out of the mind of your colleagues in the film industry who once regarded you as their friend.

“Those who haven’t contacted me should rather not get back with me and try talking,” Times Of India quoted him saying. The ‘Junoon’ actor further divulged that only a handful of his colleagues tried to reach out to him after his brain stroke last year.

“Yes, the people who have tried to get back are few. There have been some who suddenly tell me ‘Oh, I was trying to contact you, I wanted to get in touch with you, blah, blah, blah’. I don’t think they were trying to. So yeah, frankly, I largely keep to myself. There are just 3/4 people I am in touch with. At the moment, I don’t need to be in touch with too many people.”

 

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Rahul further shared that he has seen the true colours of the world. “Most of it is very black. But I don’t listen much to any talk. As I said I keep to myself; I work whatever I have to, and get back home.”


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Sharing about his medical struggle, he says, “When I was in Kargil, I didn’t even know why and what I was doing. When I returned, I was in a wheelchair and it was difficult for me to speak to anybody. Even now, you may not get everything that I want to say. It’s difficult but I am trying and succeeding.”

 

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During his hard time, it was his family who stood by him like a rock. “I derive my strength from my sister. She guides me on whether I should do a certain thing or not. My confidence is still not very high. Let’s say, I am trying to work my way around.”

Through his Instagram, Rahul has been sharing glimpses of his road to recovery with his virtual fam.

 

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We’re glad you’re all set and ready to rock the world again.

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