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The entertainment industry is shocked by the death of television actor Siddharth Shukla at the age of 40. Meanwhile, actor Rahul Roy has warned young actors not to risk their lives for work.
Rahul said in an interview, ‘I had a brain stroke and I was taking heavy dose medicines and was under observation. But now when I look back, I realize many things. I learned from this incident that as actors we must take risks but not risk our lives. Never do anything dangerous by trusting such unprofessional people who have no idea of film making and who can do anything to achieve their goals.
Rahul further said, I would especially like to say this to the new actors who are new in the industry or want to come in the industry. Don’t let your work get to your head and don’t let anyone take advantage of you so that you can reach the death bed. This is the most dangerous thing to happen to anyone. Take the risk but don’t put your life at risk. You should only trust professional people.
Rahul returns to work after 9 months
Recently, Rahul has returned to work after nine months of battling a brain stroke. According to media reports, Rahul’s brother-in-law Romir Sen had told that Rahul had shot a music video in the past. He spent the whole day on the sets without any hassle. This music video is composed by Azhar Hussain, Rahul’s close friend.
Brain stroke happened during shooting
52-year-old Rahul was shooting for ‘LAC’, a film based on Galwan Valley in ‘Kargil’. . During this time he suffered a brain stroke, after which he had to immediately take him to the hospital in Srinagar and later the team brought him to Mumbai and admitted him to Nanavati Hospital, where he underwent brain surgery and went on bed rest.
Active in films for over three decades
52-year-old Rahul, who has been active in films for three decades, made his Bollywood debut with the film ‘Aashiqui’ released in 1990, in which Anu Agarwal was also in the lead role. After this he worked in films like ‘Junoon’ (1992), ‘Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Ai’ (1993), ‘Naseeb’ (1997), ‘Elaan’ (2011) and ‘Cabaret’ (2019). He has also been the winner of the first season (2007) of ‘Bigg Boss’.