Rahul Roy’s health update: Brain stroke affects Rahul Roy’s right face, brother-in-law says he needs prayers

Rahul Roy’s health update: Brain stroke affects Rahul Roy’s right face, brother-in-law says he needs prayers

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There are signs of improvement in the condition of Rahul Roy, actor of 1990 musical hit ‘Aashiqui’. He was admitted to Nanavati Hospital 2 days ago due to brain stroke. According to reports, the right side of Rahul’s face has been affected. At the same time, the right arm has also become weak. It is also being said in the reports that due to brain stroke, Rahul has got the disease named Afzia. Due to this, they are having difficulty in speaking. They are not able to make the sentence correctly.

Brother-in-law said- they need prayers

On Tuesday, Rahul’s brother-in-law Romir Sen gave an update on his health. He said, “I cannot tell in detail about his health. But I can say that he is recovering slowly. We are with Rahul Bhaiya. The medicines that the doctors are giving him, they showed positive effect. Giving. They will soon come out of this difficult time. Yet they need prayers at the moment. “

Doctors are considering doing surgery

In view of Rahul’s condition, doctors are considering his surgery. But he feels that surgery can prove fatal for Rahul. Therefore, a final decision has not been taken on this yet.

Brain stroke came during shooting

52-year-old Rahul Kargil’s minus 12 degree temperature was shooting for the film ‘LAC -Live The Battle’ based on Galvan Valley. During this time he had a brain stroke, after which he was airlifted from Srinagar to Mumbai 2 days before for treatment.

Bollywood debut with ‘Aashiqui’

Rahul made his Bollywood debut with the film ‘Aashiqui’ released in 1990, in which Anu Aggarwal was also in the lead role. He then worked in films like ‘Junoon’ (1992), ‘Phir Teri Kahani Yad Aayi’ (1993), ‘Naseeb’ (1997), ‘Alan’ (2011) and ‘Cabaret’ (2019). He has also been the winner of ‘Bigg Boss’ first season (2007).

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