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‘I am Not ok! I am trying but so far I’m failing’ Says Failed Actor Uday Chopra Who’s in Depression

Bollywood has made stars. Here we seen a numerous examples of people who turned rich from a rag and vice versa. Here are people who didn’t have any godfather in the industry even then they survived and went on to become stars e.g Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Priyanka Chopra etc. On the other hand, there are those people too who came from a Bollywood family and even then failed to make a mark e.g Tanisha Mukherjee, Soha Ali Khan, Tusshar Kapoor, Uday Chopra etc.

Talking about Uday Chopra who made his debut with superhit film ‘Mohabbatein’ is nowhere to be seen in the industry. He is a son of late legendary filmmaker Yash Chopra and a brother of renowned director Aditya Chopra. Uday Chopra is in news now, not for his some upcoming film but for his recent statement he made. According to latest reports, Uday Chopra is suffering from depression.

He posted a series of tweets and confessed that he is not okay and he is trying his best to come over it but he is constantly failing. The post read, “Confession: I am not ok! I am trying but so far I’m failing”.

He also wrote, “For a few hours, I De-activated my twitter account. It felt as close to death as I could get. Was phenomenal! I think this is a good good option to suicide. I might be doing it permanently soon”

Here some of his more tweets about the same,

It’s not for the first time when an actor is suffering from depression. The recent example of Kapil Sharma. After facing a setback in career and life, Kapil went into depression, he also gained a lot of weight. But he again stood up, decided to fight back to overcome his depression, got married to his longtime girlfriend and now successfully running his show again.

Uday Chopra also need to do it with full determination. We hope that he will be able to overcome his depression soon.

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