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Rahul Roy undertakes music therapy for recovery following brain stroke; watch

Rahul Roy shared a video on Instagram in which he is seen practising music with his sister Priyanka

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |
February 20, 2021 4:10:50 pm
rahul royRahul Roy suffered a brain stroke in November last year. (Source: officialrahulroy/Instagram)

Actor Rahul Roy, who suffered a brain stroke while shooting for a film, has been undertaking music lessons to improve his speech.

The Aashiqui actor shared a video on Instagram in which he is seen practising music with his sister Priyanka, as part of speech therapy.

In a long note, the 53-year-old wrote about how his speech got affected due to the stroke. “Brain stroke recovery takes a lot of effort and lot many things to take care (of). My speech got affected and my main work is towards speaking properly again.” The therapy works on “opening and strengthening my vocal cords”, he said.

 

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A post shared by Rahul Roy (@officialrahulroy)

“It takes a lot of time and effort. Soon you would see me talk to you all,” Rahul said.

 

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A post shared by Rahul Roy (@officialrahulroy)

Rahul was diagnosed with motor aphasia (inability to speak or to organise the muscular movements of speech) due to stroke. He was admitted to the intensive care unit of the Nanavati hospital in November last year after he arrived from his shooting in Kargil. He was discharged from the hospital in January this year.

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