Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise has brought the topic of mental health to the forefront. Dhamaal actor Ashish Chowdhry recently spoke about up battling mental illness and how he's grateful to his friends. He took to twitter and wrote, "I thought I had all the right to believe that I've seen and been thru the worst. But it's subjective. One can't fathom the pain of the other. So loving and being loved is the only go to. Sharing and listening is medicine. Friends we can do that with means everything."
He added, “I dipped after 26/11. Even financially. And I'm clear it was my friends who saved me. They save me to date. I can only thank the universe by promising I'll always be there for them. I'm a phone call away. And I've a lot of love and gratitude to give. Friends are our only earning."
He said that humans thrive on negativity. "They gorge on gossip, backbiting and judging. It's business for some and entertainment for many. And insensitively is a more dreadful virus than coronavirus. It's spread deep. That needs a cure. We need to share sensitivity. Share love," he added.
Post Sushant’s demise, many people have said a lot of things. Saif Ali Khan told TOI, “There are so many people who’ve made comments so quickly. And it just seems to me that people are somewhere gaining some mileage from this poor fellow’s tragedy, you know, whether it’s to show compassion or to show interest or to show some political stance. So many people are talking rubbish in this nonstop kind of barrage on social media and it’s just embarrassing, really, I think.”
Saif added, “Out of respect for him, for Sushant’s tragedy, maybe a day of silence or introspection would be a little more becoming than this outpouring of love – an outpouring of love from people who obviously didn’t care about him and people who famously don’t care about anybody else.”
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