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In the year 1990, a romantic film was released in July, which is still regarded as one of the most loved and beautiful love stories of all-time. Yes! We are talking about the musical love story, Aashiqui that had taught the real meaning of love to all the young people of that generation. Both the lead actors, Rahul Roy and Anu Aggarwal, had made their debut with this film and had witnessed an overnight success after the release of the movie in theatres. But after some years, Anu Aggarwal met with a life-threatening car crash in 1999 that had changed her entire life in a spin. (Recommended Read: Hardik Pandya And Natasa Stankovic's Love-Filled Banter On Social Media Is All About Couple Goals)
In her recent interview, the actress talked about that gruesome phase of her life, and how she had managed to get out of that depressing time. Also, she spoke about her new love, working for underprivileged children and how her helplessness has encouraged her to do this work. Scroll down to read it all!
In an interview with Bollywood Bubble, Aashiqui fame, Anu Aggarwal talked about her deadly car crash in 1999 and the terrible things she had faced at that time. She said, "In the first two years, I used to have dreams and visions of lying on a hospital bed, and everything was in slow motion. But I used to come out of it. I was training my mind to look at things positively. So whatever visions I had would also have a positive ending, and slowly the visions stopped. But it took many years." (Don't Miss: Arjun Rampal's Son, Little Arik Loves To Eat This, Mommy, Gabriella Says He Has A 'Weird Flex')
Going further in her interview, Anu revealed the reason behind her decision of working for underprivileged children. On which, she said, "I'm a Masters in Social Work. I wanted to do social work when I was 15-16 and wanted to make people happy when I was a child. When I grew up, I studied social work. In 1999, I had the accident, and when I started to get better, I have to start this now. So, I started researching and started working with an NGO that worked for underprivileged children."
She also added that her own experience of going through the same sort of helplessness during her recovery days had helped her in understanding the pain of those kids. She added, "I have been through physical hardship and helplessness. My right arm was paralysed. I know what difficulty I went through while eating and writing. I know these difficulties. My heart started going out to these people who are facing difficulties."
Once in an interview with Pinkvilla, Anu had revealed that even doctors have given up on her, but yoga had saved her life. She had revealed, "The accident happened in 1999, and with that, doctors said, 'She won't live. She will survive for hardly three years.' But I was certain I could heal. Then everything I had learned, I applied on myself and healed myself. Then, I started yoga therapy for slum kids, and then I was later recognised by other organisations where I gave talks." (Also Read: Rhea Chakraborty's BFF, Shibani Dandekar Slams Ankita Lokhande, Calls Her, 'Princess of Patriarchy')
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