Arjun Bijlani Fans assure him of their forever love and support for him
TV actor and host Arjun Bijlani, is much inspired after receiving a heartfelt note from his fan club (@ArjunBijlaniFC) about their forever love and support for him, despite any ups and down in his professional or personal life.
The Naagin actor shared the note on his twitter handle and captioned 🙏. All of you inspire me to work harder . I will . #loveislove
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Arjun made his TV debut from Balaji Telefilms show Kartika on Hungama TV and has come a long way since then. He then appeared in other well known shows including Left Right Left, Miley Jab Hum Tum, Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi, Naagin, Kavach, Pardes Mein Hai Mera Dil and Ishq Mein Marjawan.
He was recently seen in Zee5’s State of Siege 26/11, a thriller series based on the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai. Arjun’s character was based on Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan.
The untimely death of television turned Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput has shocked many from TV and Film Industry. His family members and close friends are trying to overcome this irreparable loss. Among Sushant’s close one’s was Arjun Bijlani. This inspiring note from his fans is surely going to help the actor to overcome the loss of a good friend loss and stay positive.
On a related note, Arjun Bijlani has been addressing the issue of mental health for quite some time now. The actor has even started a helpline for people in the television industry. Concerned that people are likely to face such issues more during the present Covid-19 crisis, he’s hopeful the helpline — whose numbers he has shared on social media — will come in handy.
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Pl see this video and pass on the numbers to anyone who u think needs help . These are tough times and everyone handles stress anxiety and depression differently. These 450 professional volunteers could help u get through these crisis. Pl don’t hesitate to call : pllllll call the toll free no . 18001210980 or the other no . If international callers r calling on the indian no then the international rates apply. Not for Indians . #stayhome #stayhappy ….