Would you believe that even the most beautiful, beloved stars of Bollywood are often very lonely? It is rather true. Even with all the fame and hits, actors are, afterall, human – which makes them as susceptible to loneliness and depression as any of us.
Mostly, actresses after doing one movie are plagued with the question of what the next film is going to be. Not only this, they are constantly worried about someone else -someone better – taking their roles.
Actress Alia Bhatt says, “When you work with a crew for a movie for 50 days, you are bound to get close. The separation afterwards feels lonesome.” Alia retreats to TV and ice-cream to cure the loneliness. Isn’t that what we all do?
Deepika Padukone has been a victim of depression as well, mostly after her separation with beau Ranbir Kapoor. She later fell for Ravir Singh.
Anuska Sharma, after having a failed affair with Ranvir Singh , was rather alone.
The constant limelight, love clashes make many actresses victims of mental stress. Neither do gossips and rumours help.