2020 has been a tough year for everyone, especially those battling with mental health issues. This year we lost a lot of our beloved stars to disease and old age. Sushant Singh Rajput, Dil Toh Happy Hai Ji actress Sejal Sharma, Kushal Punjabi, Crime Patrol actress Preksha Mehta, Aadat Se Majboor actor Manmeet Grewal among others died due to suicide. While the nation continues to mourn the death of these stars, TV actor Kushal Tandon says that these deaths leave a void in your gut. During his promotional interview for his upcoming web show Unlock with Hindustan Times, he spoke about his close friend Kushal Punjabi and SSR’s death.
Tandon told HT, “I am just getting out of Sushant’s news. It’s very sad and disheartening, there is a void in your gut. I don’t know what was going in his mind, may he rest in peace. You just don’t know what’s going on in a person’s mind. I want to tell people that there’s nothing more than your life. You free yourself from pain but you are giving pain to people who are left behind.
Hina Khan too had reacted SSR’s death and had said she always looked up to him and he made way for all TV actors into Bollywood. Hina told Hindustan Times, “Some of the TV actors have made it big in Bollywood but they also had their own struggle. The tag of an outsider is always with you. And how many of them have made it big? I really looked up to Sushant, he made way for all of us. Now I don’t know, it scares me even more, I wish there was a balance – if a star kid was given an opportunity in 5-6 films, maybe we were given 3. That doesn’t happen, it‘s just one-sided. I wish talented outsiders and TV actors are given an opportunity in films.” (ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: ‘No CBI Inquiry, Mumbai Police Is Enough’ Says Maharashtra HM Anil Deshmukh, After Rhea Chakraborty Requests CBI Probe)
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