. Sidharth Sagar, a stand-up comedian who was doing well after breaking clean from drugs, is once again in a difficult situation. In 2018, the standup comedian stunned the world when allegations of his disappearance began to circulate in the media. However, after a long struggle with substance abuse, the 29-year-old comedian was able to emerge from his funk and begin doing stand-up comedy. His performances on the ‘Comedy Show,’ which is judged by Farah Khan, are now gaining hearts. However, Sidharth went missing from the filming recently.
Sidharth Sagar Back To Rehab For Taking Heavy Drugs
As per sources, the cops discovered him in a very bad situation on August 26th night. They contacted his mother, who was in Delhi at the time. Sidharth’s mother, Alka Sagar, arranged for him to be taken to a rehab facility, where he is currently receiving treatment.
According to sources close to Sidharth Sagar, he was discovered in a really sad state. When the cops found him, they quickly called his mother and decided to send him to treatment. Sidharth’s parents were constantly there because they feared he would relapse into drug use.
Sidharth, who was performing on the ‘Comedy Show,’ was found in critical condition on Thursday night. He is no longer a part of the Comedy Show, and Jamie Lever has taken his position.
According to the stand-up comedian mother, Alka Sagar, Sidharth had halted his bipolar treatment. However, she also claims that Sidharth has stopped taking the medicines. She is relieved that something terrible did not happen to Sidharth. She asks the government to put an end to the illegal drug trade.
For the uninitiated, Sidharth Sagar had accused his parents, particularly his mother, Alka Sagar, of taking money from his bank accounts and forcing him to be in an asylum four years ago. Last year, in an interview with the Bombay Times, Sidharth credited his mother with helping him get through his difficult period. His parents were reunited with him. He even claimed to be drug-free. His relationship with his parents had returned to where it had been three years prior.