Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, August 19
Kangana Ranaut has questioned Deepika Padukone’s stand on psychological well being in connection to Sushant Singh Rajput’s dying.
Deepika has not responded to Kangana’s feedback or her tweets.
In dialog with a information channel, Kangana stated: “Yeh jo depression theory hai, yeh Deepika Padukone ji hai woh achanak se 2015-16 mein kehti hain ki ‘2008 mein mujhe dump kiya gaya tha, toh mujhe uska depression aaj ho gaya hai. Aath saalon baad. Uske baad, beech mein unke affairs bhi chal rahe hain, woh ache se kaam bhi kar rahin hain, woh bahar jaake sajti sawartin bhi hain, sab kuch hota hai, shaadi bhi ho rahi hai, but depression bhi saath saath mein hai. Aisa kaise depression hota hai joki aath saal baad hota hai?”
Her group’s deal with additionally tweeted, “If @deepikapadukone says she suddenly got depressed for a break up which happened 10 years ago, we believe her so give me and Sushant same respect if I say I am not mentally ill or if Sushant’s father says he wasn’t mentally ill believe us also na. Why you forcing illness on us?”
Kangana added within the interview: “Because I know that people struggling with mental illness, a huge part of their life, goes completely dysfunctional and it is arguable ‘can they fully tap into their potential as professionals in their personal lives?’ And most people say that they can’t because of their limitations.”
Repeat after me 🙂 https://t.co/hvIKwBpjac
— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaCrew) August 19, 2020
She then talked about how when Deepika stated that Sushant was affected by melancholy, different celebs then endorsed this view.
“Aur phir dekhiye, uska jo pura racket jo hai woh uss tarah ke comments ko like and retweet karne lagta hai.”
Deepika has by no means claimed that melancholy was attributable to any break-up.
“On paper, that should have been a great period in my life — I had just starred in four of my most memorable movies, my family was extremely supportive and I was dating the man who would later become my husband. I had no reason to feel the way I did. But I did,” the actor had stated about battling the illness in a weblog on New York Times.
The actor runs Live Laugh Love Foundation to destigmatise psychological well being illnesses.
Kangana stated that in the event that they (intellectuals) can settle for Deepika’s phrase on her battle with melancholy, then why aren’t they prepared to just accept Sushant’s father’s declare that his son was not bipolar?
“Why won’t you give us benefit of doubt? Let us be, na.”