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Pakistani celebrities talk about mental health after Sushant’s suicide


Muhammad UsmanMultimedia Journalist

15th Jun, 2020. 07:49 pm
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Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput committed suicide on Sunday morning. According to reports, the 34-year-old actor was found hanging with a fan at his Mumbai’s residence.

As per the post mortem’s report, the Kedarnath actor was suffering from depression for the past six months. Sushant’s friends also believe depression is the reason behind his suicide. Just a few days ago, the actor’s manager also committed suicide.

Read: Celebrities Share Condolences Death Of Sushant Singh Rajput

Rajput had slammed the notion of celebrities in 2017 is free from mental and emotional struggles due to their popularity, fame and personalities.

“Who says actors can maintain their mental health easily? The most important thing that an actor can do to protect himself from all these pressures, demands and the paparazzi is to know why they are doing what they are doing. No matter what you like, be it money, fame or competition — just make sure you know your reasons,” quoted by Indian newspaper.

After Sushant’s suicide, many celebrities from Pakistan and India are using their social media accounts to raise mental health awareness.

Model and actor took to her Twitter and shared,

“If a person has fame and money, it doesn’t mean he is the happiest of all! One in four people in the world is affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives. Please take care of the people around you. Sushant Sing Rajput, rest in peace.”

Anoushay Ashraf mourned Sushant’s death and wrote,

Actor Yasir Hussain talked about Mental Health and told people to call him if they’re depressed. He assured them to make them laugh.

Hamza Ali Abbasi also urged everyone to be kind to others, he tweeted,

“Be kind to others, to your family, to the weak, to the poor. Give charity. Know that the real-life is about to start after the transition we call death. All peace comes from God.”

Mawra wrote,

“It’s so important for all of us to be kind, to be compassionate, to be polite. We all have a role to play in each other’s lives. Let’s all have a big heart for one another. Let’s please be kind. Rest in peace, Sushant Singh Rajput.”

Mahira Khan emphasized the same while calling out people who think it is cool to be straight up.
“Why have we made it cool to be ‘straight-up’? That isn’t honesty; it’s downright apathy! Be kind and proud. Wear it like a badge. Be kind. Be kind. Be kind. There is much more to people than they show. Be kind!”

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