KANGANA RANAUT : DEEPIKA PADUKONE GRABBING SYMPATHY FOR HER DEPRESSION ISSUES
Kangana ranaut is quite energetic and she questions the legitimacy of Deepika Padukone’s claims in her latest video. A couple of years ago the Om Shant Om star stated that she suffered from depression due to breakup at one point in her life.
Kangana Ranaut Asks How Can Deepika Padukone Enjoy Life When Depressed?
Kangana says in her video, “Yeh jo depression ki theory hai, ye jo Deepika Padukone achanak 2015-2016 mein kahati hai ki 2008 mein muzhe dump kiya gaya tha. Toh muzhe uska depression aaj ho gaya hai. aath salon baad! Uske baad mein bichme unke affair bhi chal rahe hai. Woh acche se kam bhi kar rahi hai. Woh bahar jake sajati sawarti bhi hai. Sabkuch hota hai, Shaadi bhi ho rahi hai but depression sath sath mein hai.”
She also says, “Aisa kaisa depression hai ke jo ki aath saal baad hota hai. Aur jab hota hai because I know about people struggling with psychological illness. A vast part of their life goes completely unstable. And it is debateable whether they can really tap into their full possible as professionals and in their private life. Most people say they can’t. Because they have limits.”
Kangana is very ferocious when she says, “Yahan ji inko Dekho aisa depression huwa hai jo aath saal ke breakup ka aaj depression hota hai.Aur unka woh business banake baithi hui hai. Aur woh Sushant Singh Rajput ke liye kaheti hai ki he was just depressed so he killed himself. Aur dekhiye pura jo uss tarah ka racket hai jo uss tarah ke comment ko like karna shuru kar deta hai.Retweet karnashuru karta hai. ”
Will These High brows Give Us Benefit of Doubt?
Kangana Ranaut in her destructive tone challenges all those intellectuals who are supporting Deepika. The Kangana says, “Deepika bolti hai ki muzhe aath mahine ka depression ho gaya. Ab mere bacche bhi ho jayenge tab bhi muzhe wo depression rahega.” The actress says it can happen, I admit it. But when father of Sushant said that his son was not bipolar, when I say that I am not bipolar why don’t you give us benefit of doubt? Why are you convincingly calling someone mentally ill?