Sushant Singh Rajput’s Death Shakes Bollywood & Stirs A Conversation Around Mental Health

We’ll miss you, Sushant!

It has been a difficult day for us, in fact, it has been a difficult year for all of us. The loss of Sushant Singh Rajput has shown the world that some cracks are waiting to be filled in our society. Conversations around mental health need to happen more often and followed up on more seriously. Mourning his death, some big names spoke on the same lines.

Deepika Padukone emphasizes the need to talk and open up!

One of the first celebrities ever to openly talk about going through depression, Deepika Padukone once again rose to the occasion to spread a much-needed message. In a tweet, she wrote, “As a person who has had a lived experience with mental illness, I cannot stress enough about the importance of reaching out. Talk.Communicate.Express.Seek help. Remember, You are not alone. We are in this together. And most importantly, there is Hope.” 

Sonakshi Sinha urges people to be kind 

Sonakshi Sinha aka Asli Sona shed light on a very important trait: kindness! It costs nothing and leaves a huge impact on the world. 

Karan Johar promises to do more #MentalHealthMatters 

Karan Johar’s message should be a wake-up call for everyone reading this. We can never know what battles someone is fighting and hence it’s imperative to be there and look out for each other. Maybe if we had built a community that believes more in listening, Sushant Singh Rajput might have been alive today.  

Shaheen Bhatt reminds people to not ‘sensationalize grief’ 

Being an author of a well-known mental health book herself, Shaheen Bhatt and her entire family believes in always creating a healthy dialogue around mental health. While every other post out there might be encouraging you to talk, it’s also imperative to remember that some people need space right now. This is especially true for Sushant Singh Rajput’s family.

Sushant Singh Rajput’s co-star, Sanjana Sanghi couldn’t control her tears

Sushant Singh Rajput and Sanjana Sanghi had shot an unreleased movie called ‘Dil Bechara,’ a Bollywood adaptation of The Fault In Our Stars. She couldn’t help but weep hearing the news of the tragic demise of India’s biggest budding actor. Her post reminds us to tell people how much they mean to us while there’s still time left.

Along with these emotional messages, the pictures of Sushant Singh Rajput’s bucket list/to-do list are also doing round. It shows that he was full of life and really wanted to create an impact. 

Sadly, now all we have left of him are his memories and his mission. His legacy shall not be forgotten. Hopefully, the conversation we’ve started today, the one that reminds us to be there for each other, shall never stop. We’ll miss you, Sushant. You’ve left us too soon.

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