The demise of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput has raised many questions over the dazzling mood. At the age of 34, Sushant’s decision to end himself is not an easy thing. The 34-year-old actor was found hanging in his apartment in Bandra, Mumbai on Sunday. Sushant was in depression for the last 6 months and was being treated by a doctor from Mumbai. Since the death of Sushant, there is a constant response from Bollywood stars and fans. At the same time, now 90s Bollywood actress Deepti Naval has made a big disclosure about herself.
After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, Deepti Naval has posted on Facebook about her battle with depression and suicides like suicide in the early 90s. He has also shared a poem paying tribute to Sushant, which he wrote during the battle to overcome depression. Naval’s poem is titled ‘Black Wind’.
Deepti Naval wrote, ‘In these dark days… a lot is happening… the mind and heart have stopped at a point… or become numb. Today I feel that I should share the poem that I wrote during my battle with depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts… Yes .. the fight is on…. ‘
‘Anxiety and restlessness,
Grabbed my neck with both hands …..
Going deep into my soul,
Its pointed claws …..
I am splashing on my breath, clinging to the sharp legs of my bed…
The telephone rings… No, shut down… Oh!
Why is no one speaking?
A human voice, this embarrassing,
In the ditch of the pitiless night…
This night, which is drowned in deep darkness,
And it has covered a purple blue sheet …..
I feel a deep darkness within me. ‘
She wrote this poem on 28 July 1991. In an interview with PTI-Bhasha last year, she said that she had very little work in the late 90s. Deepti Naval started her career with Shyam Benegal’s 1978 film ‘Junoon’. After this he worked in films like ‘Chashme Baddoor’, ‘Anakhi’, ‘Mirch Masala’, ‘Saath Saath’.