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Sushant’s Death Has Made Celebrities Talk About Confiding In Their Families

Sushant's Death Has Made Celebrities Talk About Confiding In Their Families
Sushant's Death Has Made Celebrities Talk About Confiding In Their Families
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Sushant’s death has left the whole nation in shock and has triggered the debate on the importance of mental health in one’s life. There are many supporting stars in the industry who stay away from their families struggling to get new work everyday. Post Sushant’s death, everybody has realised the importance of confiding in their family and this has made these celebs miss their home more.
Aahana Kumra who hails from Lucknow and has been in the industry for more than 11 years now writes, ” When i was graduating film school.. Naseer Sir told me, “You will be surprised how your parents support you in ways you never imagined.” I didn’t listen to him then,,years later when i saw no option.. I confided into my parents.. today I’m in gratitude  that i reached out! Family is everything! I love You !”
Angad Bedi writes, “Family matters the most. In good times and when troubled. Speak to your parent’s everyday. If you haven’t call them right now. “
Kubbra Sait also shared a picture and wrote, “Home is where the heart is… anytime…” Her picture states the definition of home which says HOME is a gathering place for family to join together in laughter, the one place you will always be surrounded by those who love you…a place or feeling of belonging.”
Sushant’s death has lead to many celebrities  coming forward and talking about their mental health struggles. The whole nation is now emphasizing on the importance of speaking up and sharing when in trouble.

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