Hrithik Roshan's sister Sunaina put under critical 24 hours observation, after health deteriorates
Hrithik Roshan's sister Sunaina put under critical 24 hours observation, after health deteriorates

Earlier reports suggested Hrithik Roshan's sister Sunaina had been facing challenges with bipolar disorder and her condition seems to have deteriorated over the past few days. Sunaina now has been put under critical observation by doctors. In the next 24 hours as she is under observation, doctors will try to regain control over her problems, as per a report in a leading daily.

Sunaina last had shared a very cryptic tweet on the social media platform saying she is having a very tough time, she wrote on Sunday, "Sunday thought .....didn't know that I would hv had the opportunity to visit HELL in this lifetime ....."

There has been no official statement from the Roshan family so far but a report says, "Sunaina has been calling people out due to her condition" and her current condition is a "stressing concern for the whole Roshan family."

Sunaina runs a blog called Zindagi, where in May she shared her experience of going through and fighting depression. She penned a post that read, "There are still occasions when I do get my bouts of anxiety, which is also a form of depression but I have had to accept that it is situational and have the will to get out of it. I still do go to see my psychiatrist once a month just like a health follow up routine and discuss if there are issues that make me anxious, so that the advice and medications can keep it in check. I still carry SOS anti-anxiety mouth dissolving tablets in a handbag. I still resort to medications at times and I am not shy or scared about it," reads an excerpt from Sunaina's blog.

She has also shared her story of surviving cancer on the blog. The actor's sister earlier was diagnosed with cervical cancer. Father Rakesh Roshan also underwent surgery after he was diagnosed with early stage of squamous cell carcinoma on January 8. Post-surgery, Hrithik had shared 'he is now doing well'.

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