Bigg Boss Voice-Over Artist Vijay Vikram Singh REVEALS He Turned To Alcohol At The Age Of 19; Says, ‘It Almost Killed Me’
Vijay Vikram Singh has opened up about his battle with depression and how he had a life-threatening disease because of alcoholism
Bigg Boss’ voice-over artist Vijay Vikram Singh became a household name when he became the new voice of Salman Khan’s reality show in season 4. While he has had a command over the contestants, his voice is well-loved by the audience. During a recent media interaction, he opened up about how he couldn’t face failures in life and had turned to alcohol at the age of 19.
Talking to Mid-Day, Vijay, who plays the role of Ajit in Manoj Bajpayee’s The Family Man, spoke about wanting to share his life experiences so that it has a positive effect on the audiences. Speaking about his failures he expressed that once he started drinking heavily, he became depressed for 7 years. He went on to reveal that he was even diagnosed with a life-threatening disease because of alcohol.
Quoted by Indian Express, he said, “I could not handle failure early in life and turned to alcohol at the age of 19. I was depressed for the next seven years and it almost killed me. I had a life-threatening disease because of alcoholism.”
He even spoke about how joining Bigg Boss in season 4 together was the one thing he has in common with Salman Khan.
Talking about Bigg Boss, the show recently wrapped up its 16th season by declaring Altaf Shaikh aka MC Stan the winner. The rapper won many hearts with his calm personality and his close friendship with his mandali Shiv Thakare, Abdu Rozik, Sajid Khan, Sumbul Touqeer Khan and Nimrit Ahluwalia. He took home the diamond studded, horse shaped trophy, a cash prize of Rs 31 lakhs and a brand new car.
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