Celina Jaitley on Sushant Singh Rajput’s death: ‘A great talent who might have won India’s first Oscar’ – Bollywood
Celina Jaitley, who recently made a successful comeback to acting with the season’s greeting, has said that she struggled with depression after the deaths of her parents and newborn son. “Depression is a disease and it can be triggered in its worst forms by the energies that surround you,” she said, “Depression is a disease, it can be attributed to people about their level of success or how they look or how rich they are or Do not choose “how poor they are. It can happen to anyone. This is not just a passing fantasy – like people say that my exam has gone bad and I am ‘depressed’. Depression can occur to anyone at any age, it is a clinical disease and should be treated. One should find a support system and not ignore it. ”
He described the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput as a tremendous loss. Sushant died on June 14 by suicide; He was suffering from depression.
Expressing grief over the actor’s death, Selina told Telly Radar, “It is very sad because it is a loss of such great talent. It is the loss of someone’s son, someone’s favorite, somebody’s brother and it A huge loss for the film industry. A great talent who might have won India’s first Oscar (Best Actor) in future, you will never know. We will never know what to bring someone like Sushant to the table. Capabilities. ”
Selina says that it was the support of her husband and doctors that helped her get through it. “I was surrounded by people who cared for me. My husband took great care of me. I got help from doctors. I am not finishing it, but I am in a much better place.
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Celina is married to Austrian entrepreneur and hotelier Peter Haag. Both are parents of eight-year-old twin boys Winston and Viraj and two-year-old son Arthur.
If you need the support or information of someone who reaches out to a mental health specialist near you. Helpline: Asra: 022 2754 6669; Sneha India Foundation: +914424640050 and Sanjeevani: 011-24311918
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