The leggy lass has been very vocal when it comes to issues like mental health and depression. She has been the victim of the same that made her embark upon her own NGO called ‘The Live Love Laugh Foundation’ way back in 2015. Just when she released her film called Chhapaak, she was seen writing an open letter to a leading newspaper in the US called NY Times spilling the beans on her journey of combating depression.
She talked at length on this issue and shared how she has fought depression while she was speaking at the World Economic Forum held at Davos in Switzerland. She said she fainted one fine morning at her home and her maid helped her to call the doctors. She said she turned the victim of the same when she was on the top of her stardom. She was doing well with her movies and had a good relationship as well.
She said everything went perfectly till she was found fainting at her home and luckily her house help noticed her on the floor and called the doctor. She told the doctor that her blood pressure has been going high and low and that has created the problem due to physical tiredness. She said that she felt sleepy all the time and never felt like going to work. But slowly and steadily with the effective treatment, she came out of the depression. Talking about her next venture, she will be seen with Ranveer Singh playing Romi Dev in Kabir Khan’s film 83.