Pushpa actor Fahadh Faasil reveals he is clinically diagnosed with ADHD

By Riya Sharma 2 Min Read

Malayalam film superstar Fahadh Faasil is celebrating the success of his film ‘Avesham’ these days. Next, he is going to play the villain opposite Allu Arjun in ‘Pushpa 2’, which is releasing on August 15. Fahadh’s action avatar in ‘Avesham’ is being praised a lot. He is playing the role of a local goon in the film. In a recent event related to the film, Fahadh Faasil has revealed that he has been suffering from ADHD i.e. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

Fahadh Faasil is clinically diagnosed with ADHD

Fahadh Faasil had reached a function organized in a school in Kothamangalam. There he told that he himself has been suffering from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) at the age of 41. The place where Fahadh had reached is a school for disabled children. The actor said, ‘While roaming in the school ground, I asked whether the treatment of ADHD is easy. I was told that this is possible if it is diagnosed in childhood. Then I asked if it can be diagnosed at the age of 41, because doctors told me that I am suffering from ADHD at this age.

Fahadh Faasil

Fahadh Faasil while addressing the school children said, ‘If you can smile at me, that is the only thing I can do for you.’

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What is ADHD and how is it treated

By the way, for your information, let us tell you that ADHD i.e. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder, which is usually seen in children. In some cases, it persists even in adulthood. If we understand it in a simple way, then the mind becomes overactive when suffering from this disorder. That is, hyperactive, in such a situation you are not able to focus on any one task or activity. In this, the mind gets distracted easily. Behavior therapy is usually used for ADHD. Apart from this, doctors also treat it through medicines and education.

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Riya Sharma is an Assistant Editor and film critic at Bolly Masala. With over years of experience in the field of journalism, she not only keeps a keen eye on the world of cinema and box office numbers but also writes about travel, food, books, women's issues, and social matters. She is a former student of the Indian Institute of Mass Communication. Riya enjoys traveling, watching movies, reading, and writing.
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