Abdu Rozik’s illness: Is the Big Boss candidate ill? health update

Abdu Rozik’s illness: Is the Big Boss candidate ill? The world’s smallest singer was diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency and rickets when he was just 5 years old. See how he overcame all obstacles in life.

Bigg Boss season 16 premiered on October 1, 2022. As always, the Hindi language reality television series and its contestants were the talk of the town.

Abdu Rozik is one of Bigg Boss 16’s most popular contestants. The Tajikistan-born singer rose to fame. Abdu’s public spat with his opponent at a boxing press conference in Moscow led to his first taste of fame.

Rozik has come a long way. Recently, the talented personality has opened up about his ordeal due to his health condition. His story has touched the hearts of millions.

Abdu Rozik’s illness: Is the Big Boss candidate ill? health update

On September 23, 2003, the reality star was born in Gishdarva, Panjakent District, Tajikistan. Abdu Rozik’s parents are Rooh Afza and Savriqul Mohhamed. He reportedly has two brothers and two sisters.

The Bigg Boss 16 contestant was diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency and rickets when he was just 5 years old. Because of his illnesses, he stopped growing.

Abdu Rozik's illness: Is the Big Boss candidate ill? health update
Abdu Rozik is from Tajikstan. (Source: Instagram)

As a teenager, not only was he bullied and taunted, but his classmates beat him when he came home from school. Even his teachers turned their backs on him. They didn’t want to give him any books or stationery because they thought it would be a waste.

On the other hand, Abdu Rozik’s family was poor and had minimal means of survival. As a result, they could not afford medical treatment for his illness.

Unable to read or write, Abdu began humming his tunes and writing his lyrics to block out the negativity and began homeschooling. He also learned boxing. A native of Tajik, he began his singing career on the streets of his hometown to support his family.

IFCM witnessed Abdu’s talent and Yasmine Safia, owner of IFCM from the UAE royal family, decided to invest in his talent. While discussing his participation in the BB, he thanked the IFCM and his fans for the faith they have in him.

He was excited and nervous about starting the next big chapter of his life with the reality series. He also said being small and short caused a lot of obstacles as people always spoke badly and underestimated his talent.

But now the talented singer has realized the life of many lifetime dreams. Furthermore, he proved that our present circumstances do not determine where we can go. You only decide where we started.

What happened to Big Boss candidate Abdu Rozik?

After eating a lot of spicy Indian food, Abdu developed stomach problems. He is recovering and fans around the world are looking for the young man’s well-being.

He also had back problems during the second week of Bigg Boss 16. Videos of him seeing a doctor have been shared. Netizens appreciated his attitude towards the medical profession broadcast by BB.

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Abdu Rozik with superstar Salman Khan. (Source: Instagram)

As for his stomach problems, Colors TV shared a clip on her official Twitter account, where someone gave the young man medication. Rozik’s facial expression while allowing bitter medicine was so cute.

Abdu Rozik is the WBC Boxing Ambassador

In addition to being one of the world’s smallest singers and a reality TV star, Abdu Rozik is also a WBC Messenger of Peace.

He will work with his manager Jazmine on a comprehensive plan with WBC Cares and Jill Diamond, said Mauricio Sulaiman, the WBC president. At a meal, the WBC even presented Abdu Rozik with a world champion belt in his size.

Moreover, Abdu Rozik is soon to make his Bollywood debut alongside superstar Salman Khan in upcoming movie Bhaijaan also known as Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali.

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Brian Ashcraft

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