Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Nawazuddin Siddiqui said on depression, ‘It was like, I am going to die’


New Delhi Depression or depression is believed to be the reason behind the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Initial police reports stated that he had been suffering from depression for six months. After the death of Sushant, the conversation about depression in Bollywood has started again. Nawazuddin Siddiqui said that he himself had become a victim of depression in one phase. They had neither work nor money. It used to be that they were about to die.

Nawaz has struggled a lot in his career. Beginning with the character of a few seconds, he made the point that he started playing lead roles in films. However, it took more than a decade for Nawaz to travel 3 seconds to 3 hours. In a conversation with Hindustan Times, Nawaz said that my spirit has always been like laborers. Thinking hard and struggling. I don’t think I could grow up with them.

My intentions are similar to his. I never dreamed of becoming a big star. My aim was to stay alive only and juggle the bread for the next time. This went on for ten years. I did different things. Used to go to friends house to eat. It was a difficult time, but we were happy. But yes, many times I felt depression because there was no work. Depression and frustration begin when you start dreaming big.

Nawaz told that he did not get food properly, so weakened. His hair was falling out. After walking 2 km, he used to get tired. It seemed that he would die soon. Because of this I was always outside so that I could see more and more of the world. I did not know how many days I would live.

Nawaz tweeted on the death of Sushant and wrote- I am not sure. This is shocking. A great actor and good friend. This is heartbreaking. God bless you, my friend.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here