Many of us consider the lives of showbiz personalities to be ideal, we think that the lives of these personalities are free from all kinds of worries and full of happy moments but it is not so.
There are also many showbiz-enhancing personalities who have experienced mental illnesses due to the difficulties they face in their lives.
Let us know which of these personalities are among the important personalities of the Bollywood industry.
Leading Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone admitted a few years ago that she had been suffering from depression for a long time and had won the battle against this mental illness.
While talking to Indian media, the actress talked about fainting and crying for no reason due to depression. Not only that, the actress has also set up a center for the treatment of depression patients to help them. Coins that are as traumatic as these.
Bollywood king Shah Rukh Khan has also admitted to suffering from depression due to injuries sustained during the shooting in the past. Shah Rukh Khan said in an interview about his mental illness that he was suffering from depression due to injury and pain but soon managed to overcome it.
Bollywood singer Yo Yo Honey Singh has also experienced mental illness in the past. According to Yo Yo Honey Singh, while suffering from a condition like depression. He struggled with intense emotions, emotions that he had no control over. He fought the disease for his loved ones and won the battle against depression.
Senior Bollywood actress Manisha Koirala has admitted that she is suffering from clinical depression due to her ex-husband and bad married life.
In the past, the actress had admitted her mental illness and sought suggestions from her fans. However, today, despite battling cancer and divorce, the actress seems to be living a stronger life than ever before.
Bollywood actress Parveen was suffering from paranoid schizophrenia and severe depression, which led to her tragic death.
According to director Mahesh Bhatt, Parveen Bobby had contracted a disease called ‘paranoid schizophrenia’ and he could never recover from it.
Parveen Bobby passed away at her home on January 20, 2005. At the time of her death, Parveen Bobby was alone in her house and her body rotted there for three days.