Arhaan Khan had grabbed a lot of attention during his stint in Bigg Boss 13. While he proposed to Rashami Desai on the show, the lady was later shocked to find out about Arhaan’s former marriage and his kid. Rashami did not know about all of this and was left shattered after Salman Khan revealed this on the show. While she forgave him after the reality show ended, she then found out about the alleged monetary transactions that Arhaan made through her account to his while she was inside the BB house. The two have parted ways and recently, it was reported that Arhaan has been depressed and was consulting a psychiatrist.
Arhaan has shifted to his hometown in Jaipur with his parents for now, and as per the latest update, he recently got back to work. He shot for a catalogue back in his hometown, and while he has been battling depression, he is in a good phase right now with his family and under medication. Avantika Sinha, who manages Arhaan Khan’ PR confirmed with SpotboyE that Arhaan has been under medication since the last two and a half months. While she did not reveal the reasons, she did say that Arhaan will be in Jaipur for some more time until he gets back to Mumbai.
She said, “Yes its true Arhaan has been under medication but that's, not a recent development this has been on since the last 2.5 months now...the reasons we choose not to ponder upon. We wish he is allowed this time to recover.”
“Accepting that you need help is the first step to making yourself better. Arhaan has shifted to his hometown to his parents in Jaipur right now and will be there for a few days more before he gets back to the city all ready to embrace work and positivity. Till then let's allow him this space and time that he much needs,” she further added. ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 13's Arhaan Khan Opens Up On His Equation With Prince Narula; Calls Him A 'Good Friend'
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