Manoj Patil, the former Mr. India contest winner, reportedly tried to commit himself by ingesting sleeping pills at his home in suburban Oshiwara in the early hours of Thursday, according to police. Patil’s family members transported him to a hospital after the alleged event, which occurred between 12.30 a.m. and 1 a.m. at Patil’s house in Oshiwara’s Saileela building, where his condition was described as “serious,” according to his manager Pari Naaz.
Patil, 29, a “self-made” athlete and a model, had a few days back submitted a letter to the Oshiwara police, demanding action against a Bollywood actor, who has been identified as Sahil Khan as per a report in India Today, for allegedly defaming him on social media and creating problems in his professional life, she said.
Patil, a “self-made” entrepreneur, is 29 years old “She said she had sent a letter to the Oshiwara police a few days ago demanding action against a Bollywood actor, identified as Sahil Khan according to a report in India Today, for allegedly defaming him on social media and causing problems in his professional life.
They had asked that an FIR be filed against the actor, she claimed. Meanwhile, no FIR has been filed at the Oshiwara police station, according to a police officer. “Our representative paid a visit to Patil at Cooper Hospital, where he is being treated “she added. Patil, who was born in 1992, was the 2016 Mr. India Men’s Physique Overall Champion.
This comes after the Bombay High Court in 2015 dismissed two FIRs against Sahil Khan in Mumbai, based on a complaint made by Ayesha Shroff, the wife of legendary Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff, alleging cheating and criminal intimidation. Khan began his career by appearing in a Stereo Nation Nachange Sari Raat song video. With his leading part in the hugely successful 2001 comedy Style, he became a household celebrity. He subsequently went on to star in the sequel to Style, Xcuse Me. The film Xcuse Me, which also starred Sharman Joshi, which was a moderate box office hit. Khan also appeared in the jungle thrillers Aladin and Ramaa: The Saviour.