The Aashiqui Actor Rahul Roy suffered a brain stroke recently while he was shooting for his latest film LAC – Live The Battle in Kargil. He was rushed to Mumbai’s Nanavati Hospital immediately and was under treatment.

He was then moved to Wockhardt Hospital where they diagnosed that he was suffering from motor aphasia (the inability to speak or to organize the muscular movements of speech) due to a stroke. Just this morning, he updated his fans that he is back from the hospital but that the road to recovery is long.

On Thursday morning, the actor took to his Instagram and wrote, “I am back home after a long treatment in the hospital. I am recovering and it’s still a long journey for full recovery.”

He also added, thanking his fans and friends:

Today I would like to thank everyone who stood by me all this while, Rohit my brother, my sister and best friend Priyanka @priyankaroy_pia my brother in law Romeer @romeersen along with my friends Aditi Gowitrikar @aditigovitrikar , Dr Huz, Zahid, Ashwini Kumar, Azhar, Shruti Dwivedi @shrutidwivediofficial , Suchitra Pillai @suchipillai and all my fans for praying for me. Love you all.

Here is his post:

His brother-in-law, Romeer Sen told Times Of India that Rahul is delighted to be home but that the speech and physio therapies will still continue. He says that the actor should be fine in 6-7 months.

Here’s wishing him a speedy recovery.