Rahul Roy is back home. The 'Aashiqui' actor, who had suffered a brain-stroke about a month-and-half back, was discharged from the Wockhardt Hospital at Mira Road on Wednesday evening.
Rahul Roy is delighted to be back home.
Confirming the same, Rahul's brother-in-law Romeer Sen said, "He is delighted to be back home. His physio and speech therapy will continue. It will take some time but he should be fine in 6-7 months."
Rahul had a brain stroke in late November last year while shooting in Kargil for Nitin Kumar Gupta's digital film 'LAC- Live The Battle' in which he plays a colonel.
The 'Bigg Boss' Season 1 winner was rushed to Mumbai's Nanavati Hospital from where he was shifted to the Mira Road hospital after a few days, when he was stable. "It has been a tough 45 days, more for Rahul than us. He was brave enough to undergo the treatment and fight it out. We are with him and pray for his best," added Romeer, who has been by the actor's side, along with Rahul's sister Priyanka.