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Deccan Chronicle – August 25, 2014

Second innings for Rahul Roy?
Rahul Roy, who became an overnight star in the ’90s after Aashiqui, is back in business.

The actor, who recently filed for a divorce from model Rajalaxmi, who he was married to for a decade, is now looking forward to a bunch of projects which includes To Be Or Not To Be, 100 Crores, and Desi Kangaroo by Ketan Bhagat.
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The Asian Age – August 24, 2014

Second innings
Rahul Roy, who became an overnight star in the ’90s after Aashiqui, is back in business. The actor, who recently filed for a divorce from model Rajalaxmi, who he was married to for a decade, is now looking forward to a bunch of projects which includes To Be Or Not To Be, 100 Crores, and Desi Kangaroo by Ketan Bhagat. more..

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Pune Mirror – August 19, 2014

Rahul Roy gears up for a comeback
Actor Rahul Roy, who became a youth icon after his debut movie Aashiqui in 1990, disappeared from the celluloid seven years ago, but he says he will make his comeback on the big screen this year.
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Times of India – August 17, 2014

Rahul Roy gears up for Bollywood comeback
Actor Rahul Roy, who became a youth icon after his debut movie ‘Aashiqui’ in 1990, disappeared from the celluloid seven years ago but he says he will make his comeback on the big screen this year.

“I am still doing films… I have a film releasing on September 26 which is called To Be Or Not To Be,” said Roy, who was attending an Independence day dinner organised by Federation of Indian Associations in Victoria (FIAV) here last night.
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Post – August 17, 2014

Rahul Roy gears up for Bollywood comeback
“I am still doing films… I have a film releasing on September 26 which is called ‘To Be Or Not To Be’,” said Roy, who was attending an Independence day dinner organised by Federation of Indian Associations in Victoria (FIAV) last night.
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Filmy Break – August 17, 2014

Rahul Roy to comeback in Bollywood
Performer Rahul Roy, who turned into a young symbol after his introduction motion picture “Aashiqui” in 1990, vanished from the celluloid seven years prior yet he says he will make his rebound on the extra large screen in the not so distant future.
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