Wednesday, November 3, 2021


 Dark Truth of Celebrity World

Bollywood stars are also human beings like ordinary people. A tide of emotions rises in them as well. These stars, who meet each other warmly at parties, are in fact so surrounded by a feeling of competition, jealousy, and insecurity that the pressure of this keeps pushing them towards depression. To avoid this, they resort to liquor or medications,  due to which this depression gets worse, due to which it is difficult to handle both success and failure. Last year, on June 15, 2020, when the news of the suicide of film artist Sushant Singh Rajput was published, the entire nation was stunned. . What happened due to which the star, while moving towards this stardom of the film world, taking his life by hanging.

Why only one Sushant, who lives a luxurious life on screen, shows romance with beautiful heroines, Superman who beats ten-ten in one punch and makes millions crazy with his style, charging crores for each film. There is so much in the real-life and reel life of the Venus of Bollywood which is shocking.

Deepika Padukone, the heroine of films like 'Piku', 'Chhapaak', 'Chennai Express, 'Bajirao Mastani', has also been a victim of clinical depression, which she disclosed at the World Economic Forum in the year 2020. Guru Dutt, a well-known director of the Indian film industry in the seventies, producer of 'Pyaasa', 'CID' and 'Kaagaz Ke Phool' and the best actor, was found dead in his apartment in 1964. The reason being, he had ended his life by consuming a lot of alcohol and sleeping pills.

Synonymous with success, director Manmohan Desai, who gave films like 'Amar Akbar Anthony', 'Coolie' and 'Mard', died in 1994 at his Gir village home. No one could understand why the 19-year-old Divya Bharti, who had made crores of people crazy in the films 'Shola Aur Shabnam' and 'Deewana', jumped off the fifth floor or Silk Smitha, the sex bomb of the South. Why did he embrace death?

Talking about some more names in this, MTV's famous VJ Nafisa Joseph, Jiah Khan, who has worked with Amitabh and Aamir, Indian TV industry's girl bride Pratyusha Banerjee, TV actor Kushal Punjabi, as many names as can be taken. Can't believe that this can also be the face of this glam world. There are many reasons behind these famous names of the Bollywood industry full of glamour, fame, and glitz going into depression or suicide in the final stage of depression. Let us try to take a look at them-

The betrayal In love

Parveen, the heroine of dozens of films like 'Majboor', 'Deewar', 'Suhaag', 'Kala Patthar', 'Amar Akbar Anthony' and the first Bollywood star to appear on the cover of Time magazine, first Danny Denzongappa then Kabir Bedi and finally Mahesh Bhatt tried to find his love, but all three times he was betrayed in love. As a result, she fell victim to a mental illness called schizophrenia and finally on 22 January 2005 her 3 days old dead body was found in their flat. Guru Dutt's failed love for Waheeda Rehman and Divya Bharti's broken heart forced him to commit suicide.

The worst is the death of dreams

This was the last line, which 25-year-old Preksha Mehta, who established her identity in serials like 'Crime Patrol', 'Lal Ishq' and 'Meri Durga', wrote in her self destruction note. 

This is also the truth. Every year thousands of people from all over India reach Bollywood with dreams of achieving success in the film industry. It isn't so much that they don't have the ability, but in the midst of cutthroat competition and the huge crowd of artists, hardly one or two percent of them get a place in films or serials. Popular among friends in their city and considered extremely talented, their dreams start falling apart when they come face to face with the truth. They get two to four serials or small films and when they are noticed in it, they feel that they will be covered as soon as they get the next chance, but when it does not happen then the dreams are completely broken and the result is Preksha Mehta. As it happens.

I can't bear this pressure anymore

This is what Sejal Sharma, the heroine of popular TV serials like 'Dil To Hai Happy Ji, wrote in her self-destruction note. This pressure can be of all kinds. Pressing factor from family's assumptions,  pressure to perform better than fellow actors, pressure of dissatisfaction with one's role, pressure of director's taunts, etc. It is not everyone's ability to bear this pressure.
Megastar Amitabh was rejected because of his voice in Akashvani and the then directors because of his tall stature. He had to bear this pressure and then he got a place in Saat Hindustani, but how many people have mental strength like Amitabh?

Economic Crisis

Seeing from a distance, it seems that Bollywood stars earn millions of crores, however, like the corporate world, this too is a myth. The truth is that barring a few stars, most of the stars continue to struggle with financial constraints. From above, they have to do a lot to show themselves presentable.
Here, when the corona epidemic stopped the shooting for the last 2 years, it was natural for this crisis to escalate. TV artist Manjit Singh was hanged on 16 May 2020 due to this financial crisis. On 16 May 2015, Shikha Joshi, who worked in the film 'BA Pass', also slit her own throat with a knife due to financial constraints, due to lack of work. The same story is also of Saiyam Khanna, the heroine of the films 'The Adventure of Hunted House' and 'The Last Horror', who was hanged in 2014 due to financial constraints and lack of work.

Family Background

While the family background makes the path of an artist easy, it also becomes a hindrance in his path to success, because the image created by the family expects him to achieve the same success that he has inherited. This pressure always challenges him on a mental level. The example of Abhishek Bachchan is in front. Had he been from a simple family, the stupendous success of successful films like 'Bunty Aur Babli', 'Bol Bachchan' and 'Dhoom' would have taken him somewhere, however, clearly or indirectly, Amitabh and Jaya's His height is proving to be his biggest obstacle and due to this he keeps falling prey to mild depression.

Rajendra Kumar's son Kumar Gaurav realized from the first film 'Love Story' where he was expected to repeat the same success as Rajendra Kumar in the next film itself, but he could not live up to that expectation and his star was three-four. It sank after the movies. Even worse happened to Dev Anand's son Sunil Anand, in which he was considered zero in acting in front of his own father and his career ended there. Both these actors became victims of depression due to the fate of these films.

Audience Expectations

If an artist gets films from a big banner because of his talent, contacts or already established relatives in the film world, then that banner promotes them in such a way that even before the release of the film, a lot of expectations of the audience towards them are aroused. And he himself starts feeling himself in the same frame of larger than life, but after the film screening if his performance is not satisfactory, then the audience rejects him outright and the condition of his heart at that time. It happens that he takes them into a terrible depression.


Long fan mail, a huge number of devotees on Twitter and Facebook, formal friends and glamour, but surrounded by all these big successful actors are very lonely in their personal life and if they enter someone in their personal life, it will be their financial Or not to be physically abused, this fear does not allow them to come close to others or let others come close to them. Often close relatives and even parents are trying to cash them in.
The octopus of love, sex, deceit and intoxication inflicts such a wound on them that they fall into depression and eventually die.

The most pathetic example of this is that of Raj Kiran, who acted in about 30 films, including Mahesh Bhatt's 'Arth', but when the work stopped, everyone turned away from him and after 2003, he started suffering from insanity attacks. Started. According to the last information, he is undergoing treatment at a mental hospital in Atlanta.

This is the dark truth of this dazzling world. The stars whom we actually consider to be celebrities, who rule the hearts of millions, are actually travelers walking a path where there are challenges, pressure to achieve constant success, family expectations, many conspiracies and so on. It is utter loneliness, almost lack of true friends. Everyone just wants to join them for their benefit. The one who conquers all this, he lives life like a successful artist for a long time.

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