Actor Rahul Roy (Rahul Roy), who became an overnight star from the blockbuster film ‘Aashiqui‘ released in 1990, has been admitted to Nanavati Hospital in Mumbai. Rahul Roy was shooting for the film ‘LAC – Live the Battle‘ in Kargil, during which he became a victim of brain stroke. He was immediately sent from Srinagar to Mumbai for treatment. Now director of this film Nitin Kumar Gupta has given his health update.
In a conversation with Mumbai Mirror, Nitin Kumar Gupta said that Rahul Roy’s condition is stable now. The director revealed that Rahul is under the supervision of doctors and is able to talk. He also revealed that he is paying Rahul Roy’s hospital bill as he is his close friend.
Nishant Singh Malkani said this
This is the debut film of Nishant Singh Malkhani. Recently, he was out of ‘Bigg Boss 14’. He said in a special conversation with Times of India, it all happened on Tuesday. He was fine when we all fell asleep on Monday night. I think the weather affected him. The temperature of Kargil is -15 degree centigrade. He has a problem with Aphasia. I cough up blood every day. This will be the hardest shoot in anyone’s life. It will be a 90-minute one-shot film.”
He Was behaving strangely
Nishant Singh Malkhani further said, “Rahul was initially a bit lethargic on Tuesday, and we suddenly noticed that he was not able to communicate properly. He could not speak his lines properly. Then in the evening, they started behaving a little strangely. He started looking here and there, after which we realized that he was feeling something wrong from inside.
Rahul has been seen in these films
After making his debut with Mahesh Bhatt’s ‘Aashiqui‘ he worked in many films like ‘Sapne Saajan Ke‘, ‘Phir Teri Kahani Yaad‘, ‘Janam‘, ‘Pyaar Ka Saaya‘, ‘Junoon‘, ‘Pratham Nasha‘, ‘Misguided‘ etc. But despite making a superhit film like ‘Aashiqui‘, he could not make any special place in Bollywood. Rahul Roy participated in the telecast ‘Bigg Boss‘ in 2006 and he proved to be the first winner of the show.