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Celina Jaitly  says depression is an illness which can happen to anyone.

Celina Jaitly on Sushant Singh Rajput’s death: ‘A great talent who probably would have won India’s first Oscar’

Celina Jaitly, who just lately made a profitable comeback to performing with Season’s Greetings, has mentioned that she battled despair after the demise of her dad and mom and new child son. “Depression is an illness and it can be triggered into its worst forms by the energies that surround you,” she mentioned, “Depression is a disease, it doesn’t choose people by their level of success or how they look or how rich or how poor they are. It can happen to anyone. It is not just a passing fancy – like people say my exam went bad and I am ‘depressed’. Depression can happen at any age to anyone, it is a clinical disease and must be treated. One must get support system and it must not be ignored.”

She known as the demise of actor Sushant Singh Rajput an incredible loss. Sushant died on June 14 by suicide; he was affected by despair.

Sharing grief on the demise of the actor, Celina instructed Hindustan Times, “It is very sad because it is such a loss of such great talent. It is such a loss of somebody’s son, somebody’s loved one, someone’s brother and it’s a great loss to a film industry. A great talent who probably in the future would have won India’s first Oscar, you never know. We will never get to know what capabilities someone like Sushant would have brought to the table.”

 

Celina says it was the assist of her husband and docs that helped her get by it. “I was surrounded by people who cared about me. My husband took great care of me. I got help from doctors. I’m not over it but I’m in a much better place,” she says.

Also learn: Ratan Rajput says assembly Sushant Singh Rajput’s father gave her hope: ‘He’s totally different, his phrases provide you with power’

Celina is marred to Austrian entrepreneur and hotelier Peter Haag. The two are dad and mom to eight-year-old twin boys Winston and Viraj and two-year-old son Arthur.

If you want assist or know somebody who does, please attain out to your nearest psychological well being specialist. Helplines: Aasra: 022 2754 6669; Sneha India Foundation: +914424640050 and Sanjivini: 011-24311918

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