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Gossip & NewsCelebs angry at mental health messages by hypocrites

Celebs angry at mental health messages by hypocrites

The suicide of Sushant Singh Rajput has triggered everyone in the country connected to the Bollywood industry. It has also led to a surge in mental health awareness. However, this has even revealed the hypocrites who behave mighty and intellectual but are just bigots. Pointing them the celebs angry at mental health messages from these people on social media and friends. Television personalities like Priyal Gor and Kishwer Merchantt have come forward to correct and expose them in front of the public.  

Celebs angry at mental health messages:

Celebs angry at mental health messages by hypocrites

These celebrities have slammed the hypocrites through video messages. The videos are uploaded by them on their social media accounts. As soon as these actresses shared their frustrated videos, it went viral on the internet. As not only them, but many others are angry at the hypocrisy of the public after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. These actresses are surely disturbed by the news of Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide, but they are more devastated by the behavior of the public on mental health. 

Many fans are supporting Priyal Gor and Kishwer Merchantt to be brave enough and speak up on the matter. Priyal in her video explained that she is angry about getting Whatsapp messages of helpline numbers she would instead try and speak to someone she knows. Priyal is almost about to burst into tears in the video, have a look at it below. 

Similarly, Kishwer lashed out at people for forwarding messages about ‘being there.’ Her advice is to talk to the close ones instead of sending such forwards. See what she has to say below. 

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