Mental Health And Depression: Big Stars Like Parvathy, Shruti Hassan And More Open Up About Their Battle With Mind | IWMBuzz

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Many people believe that because the rich and famous seem to have “everything” (money, celebrity, success, and attention) they are immune to mental health difficulties. This, however, is not the case. However, there has been a rise in the debate about mental health, both on and off screen, in recent years.

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Shruti Haasan, who has appeared in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi films, has also spoken out about her struggle with mental illness. Shruti explained why she stopped acting in an interview with Lakshmi Manchu: “She was sick too.” She hasn’t mentioned anything, but she has a medical ailment. And she is not allowed to discuss these matters. People continually comment: ‘Shruthi has gained weight’. She was trying to heal me. She had lost interest in what others were saying to her. She had to figure it all out on her own. She went on hiatus for a year.”

“The first step is to have a healthy physique. To deal with the outside world, you must have a healthy body and a healthy mind. You cannot be healthy on the inside if you are not healthy on the outside.


In an interview with FirstPost, actor Parvathy, who has appeared in films in Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada and Hindi, spoke about his struggle with depression. The award-winning artist talked about how she was getting counseling online during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, and then talked about her battle with depression.

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“She has been honest about it since she was a child.” Whenever she felt emotionally down, she opened up and shared her feelings with her friends from high school and college. Unfortunately, several of her close friends used to say to her, “Oh my God, you’re addicted to self-pity.” “Get out of it.” That was a problem because she had been trying for a long time.

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A few months after popular actress Amala Paul’s father died of illness in January this year, she wrote on Instagram about how vital it was to speak up and accept help if someone was going through a difficult period. The actress said that she and her mother were about to commit suicide due to sadness. Amala claimed that people are often conditioned to keep their terrible memories locked away and that in the “rat race to the top,” they forget to love themselves.

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