Popular actor Amit Sadh reveled his struggles with mental illness and how he attempted suicide 4 times. In a recent interview with the MensXP, the actor made these revelations about his struggle and how he has managed to get out of suicidal mindset.
Amit Sadh made his bollywood debut with the movie Kai Po Che. The movie also features the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. He said that there’s was no apparent reason behind him attempting the suicide. Amit said that he just woke up one day and thought he wanted to end his life. “I just woke up one day and tried and tried again and again and again,” he said.
The actor now enjoys a prominent space on the popular web based platforms and has also made his mark on the bollywood circuits. He shared that after the fourth time, he realised that he shouldn’t be dying by suicide rather try to live the life ahead.
Amit Sadh also shared. “Then by God’s grace, the fourth time, the last time I did, I knew that this is not the way and this is not the end. And things changed. My mindset changed. And since then, it has evolved and the philosophy of ‘never giving up’ came in me.”
Amit Sadh added on his Attempted Suicide that it took him 20 years to come out of that phase. And to understand that no problem is big enough to force you to take your own life. “I just found one thing for sure – this is not the end. Life is a gift. So, the day I understood this, I started living it. I feel blessed and fortunate that I’m on the other side of the white light,” he said.
With the pandemic hitting the country, there has been an increase in the number of suicides, especially by youngsters.
Meanwhile, at the work front, Amit was recently seen in the second season of the popular series Breathe: Into The Shadows. The show streams on Amazon Prime Video and also features Abhishek Bachchan.
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