Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on June 14, 2020, due to suicide. The actor hung himself in his Mumbai residence and it was reported that it was his domestic help who informed the police. Since Sushant’s sudden death, many Bollywood celebrities, politicians have expressed their grief, and also offered condolences to the bereaved family. Now, Indian cricketer, Mohammed Shami expresses his grief over the late actor’s death and shares how he wished he could talk to his friend.
During an interview with Hindustan Times, Mohammed Shami opened up about Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise and also spoke on depression. Talking about depression, Shami said, “Depression is a problem that needs attention.” While stressing on the topic of how depression is a problem that needs attention, Shami also mentioned how unfortunate it was to see such a brilliant actor like Sushant lose his life. The Team India speed merchant said, “It was unfortunate to see such a brilliant actor like Sushant Singh Rajput lose his life.”
Moving on, Mohammed Shami continued, “He was a friend and I wish I could talk to him had I known about his mental condition.” The Indian cricketer revealed that Sushant Singh Rajput was a friend to him and expressed how he wished he could talk to him, had he known about his mental condition. Known for his game, cricketer Mohammed Shami has revealed that he once considered suicide due to his personal issues. Recalling his tough time, the cricketer mentioned how it was his family who made him realise that he needed to fight back and mentioned how they ensured he was never alone.
Meanwhile, talking about Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide, it was reported that the actor suffered depression and was also seeking medical help for it. Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput Suicide: KRK Hits Out At Mukesh Bhatt-Mahesh Bhatt: Questions Why They Did Not Try To Save Him
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