The nation is mourning over the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Everybody is asking a question why?. Why? he has taken such a big step.
A self-made star who was found dead on Sunday morning at his Mumbai residence.
It is said that he has been fighting against depression for past months.
Depression is a very heavy word to hear. Our society doesn’t want to hear this. Though with time changes have been brought into the society. Still, we don’t feel comfortable talking about our mental wellness.
In our daily life, we give priority to our physical health, our nutrition intakes. Rarely we talk about our mental health. This is the age of technology we are busy doing nothing on the internet scrolling the page and barely talk with someone.
Depression is not a state of mind that can’t be cured. It is a state of mind when someone has lost hope from his/her life. When someone focuses only on negative thoughts. At its worst, it leads to suicide. Anyone can suffer from it at any point in time of his/her life. There is nothing to feel shy about not sharing.
Yesterday we hear the news of the brilliant actor Mr. Rajput but this is the only case we are aware of. Everyday many people die of depression. According to WHO- Close to 800 000 people die due to suicide every year. Suicide is the second leading cause of death in 15-29-year-olds.
We are nothing to question about the choice of a person to end his/her life. We have not walked through his/her shoes. But as human beings, we can talk, express our feelings to our near and dear ones.
Its completely to be ok, not to be ok. Life is precious. There is always a ray of hope. There is a morning after every night.
We as a friend, a family should have our eyes on our loved ones.
Talk, communicate ask for their wellness. Make them feel that you love them, you care for them.
Without passing any judgments give them a helping hand.
If someone is feeling the same then suggest them for meditation, take for doctors’ help. Tell them to be busy or do whatever they like to do if they don’t like to do anything then even it is ok not to do anything. But death… It is not a solution.
especially, in this pandemic time when we all are on the same stage, we should talk with each other, communicate about our well beings.
Actor: An Inspiration for the youngsters
He was a dreamer and achiever. Starting from nothing to one of the brightest stars of Bollywood he proved that through hard work and dedication anyone can achieve their goals.
He was a bright student. He got admission in Delhi technological university with 7th rank in the DCE entrance exam. During his engineering days, he joined Shiamak Davar’s dance academy. Later he joined television with the drama “Kis Desh Mein hai Mera Dil” in 2008 and became famous with his drama “Pavitra Rishta” 2009.
The Boy Next Door image guy has now made a Bollywood debut with “Kai Po Che”. And his career shot from here. After this Shuddha Desi Romance, PK, Detective Byomkesh Bakshy, M.S. Dhoni: The untold story, Raabta, Kedarnath, Sonchiriya, and the last movie Chhichore.
He had got the film fare award best actor male for the
film M.S. Dhoni: The untold story.
Despite, not having any godfather in Bollywood with his hard work and dedication, he proved that anyone can pursue his/her dreams if they are determined to do so.
Not only acting skills but also his perspective towards life is an inspiration for the youngsters.
In one of his Instagram posts, he shares the lists of his dreams that to be accomplished. He shared the images with the caption 50 dreams and counting…
A self-made star who was fascinated by the secrets of cosmos has become a part of that…