After the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput, everyone blames the industry for business and talked about how Sushant was bullied for being an outsider, there’s someone who believes that it is not fair to target and blame the industry.
According to a news website, Subh Manglama Zayada Savdhaan fame Jitendra Kumar has backed the industry in Sushnat’s case.
He was quoted as saying, “First of all, it’s sad and shocking. It’s not about the film industry, this is a problem everywhere. I feel the film industry is more visible and exposed, so it’s more out there. But, the problem is there in every industry.”
While saying that sharing one’s pain can help ease some grief. He said, “It’s alarming. As an industry, we should take care of each other, look out for one another. If, in any case, we feel that something is off, we must share it. It’s all about connection and connectivity. We do neglect a lot of things in general — we don’t talk to family, friends, or siblings. We must reach out.”
He even talked about depression and shared how he also went through a depressive phase while he was a student, “When I was studying there, many cases of depression came to light. But, extreme actions were taken by the institutes, via campaigns, internal dialogue, and channels to help students. Mental health should not be a stigma. People coming out and seeking help is a great achievement in itself. If mental health is taken care of, everything else falls in place.”