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Vikas Guppta reveals his dark phase of life when he was bullied; thanks Sushant Singh Rajput for supporting him

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 22 June 2020, 13:47 IST
Vikas Guppta reveals his dark phase of life when he was bullied

TV’s most prominent face Vikas Guppta is keeping his fans hooked up to his Instagram handle by posting about himself and his great support system Sushant Singh Rajput. Talking about his emotional breakdown after his dear friend’s death (Sushant) Vikas took to his social media handle once again and dropped a 53-minute long video wherein he talked about the dark phase of his life and how Ekta Kapoor and Sushant helped him throughout his journey up till here.

Quoting Balaji as “Hogwarts” Vikas started by saying that just like him there are others who came from small towns to Mumbai to achieve their dreams. And Balaji was the place where his wish came true starting his career with Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi as creative director to producing and writing his own shows. However, for Vikas his first breakthrough was with popular show Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil with this he became a popular name among the industry.


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Here he became friends with Sushant who made his debut in the TV industry and became like brothers. Vikas in his video went on narrate how Sushant came to his rescue when he had bad fallout with his younger brother Siddharth. Kai Po Che actor gave shelter to his brother, took good care of him and bore all the expenses. Vikas recalled how Sushant use to book only business class tickets for his brother just to give him extra comfort.

 

By the end of the video, he talked about his relationship with Parth Samthan and Priyank Sharma. And how they both made is life hell by accusing him of touching them inappropriately.

Check out the 53-minute long video:

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Here I am , how I am - Standing tall and I will not be shamed bullied or blackmailed for what God has made me . It has been years of torture and humiliation and hiding my emotions but that has not stopped me from being a good human being who is constantly evolving. I have made mistakes and I will continue to do so but I am learning and not repeating them. I will move shed to do better. My family has left me for what ever reason they want to give but I will not Bring shame to Them by putting details of it both #parthsamthaan and #priyanksharma have done terrible things but I will not shame them either of what all has happened cause mud slinging is what one of them loves. I spoke today because they pushed me to this extend . I will put one last post after both have spoken. To give what is needed for people to know the truth. After which they can do and keep doing what they want to. As for my mom , I love you even if you don’t love me anymore. My siblings who I have brought so much shame to, seeing you makes me swell with pride and my friends who don’t find me kool anymore thankyou for being good to me when ever you were. I am thankful #karankundra undra for all these years even after knowing about my sexuality you chose to stand by me even though people would gossip about u too but you dint leave my side and was there like an older brother protecting me . M for making me realise it’s okay And Ekta di for the only one who has been there no matter what and I will be there no matter what ❤️ Gayu Maam Thanku for the call yesterday. This is what came out of it #Lostsouls I have a family . Thankyou for taking care of me .

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In his video, he also shared that his family wasn’t accepting him when he came out as bisexual and how Karan Kundrra and Ekta Kapoor stood by his side through thick and thin.

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First published: 22 June 2020, 13:47 IST
 
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