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"I was depressed. I was not clinically declared depressed but I was heading there. I was very sad to a certain degree. It definitely affected my mental health. I was prescribed and did see a doctor for it as well," said Varun
Deepika, who was in Kolkata last year shooting Piku with Amitabh Bachchan, returned to film Tamasha with director Imtiaz Ali
Bollywood stars, like their Hollywood counterparts, have are realizing that keeping up pretenses both on and off the screen in no longer a necessity. Celebs like Deepika Padukone, Anushka Sharma have come forth with declarations that would have once been considered as professional hara-kiri.
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan announced his return to the small screen with TV show called Sabse Shaana Kaun in Mumbai on January 21. Singer Honey Singh has reportedly checked into a rehab center in Chandigarh recently following drug abuse and severe depression. Actor Akshay Kumar will narrate an episode on TV show Savdhaan India which deals with the issue of eve teasing. Deepika Padukone is all set to lend her support to a special campaign for the cricket World Cup to be held in Australia this year. Dhanush said that his character in Shamitabh is not based on his father-in-law, superstar Rajinikanth, though he drew a little inspiration here and there from him.
Even as her battle with depression and other personal confession continue to make headlines, actress Deepika Padukone has swiftly moved on to work. The actress is all set to lend her support to a special campaign for the cricket World Cup to be held in Australia this year.
Actress Deepika Padukone recently showed her support for Team India for the upcoming World Cup series via a picture she tweeted, which showed her wearing the teamâs jersey. When asked about the same, she said, "As a cricket fan and active athlete I felt a great sense of pride when I first put on the National team jersey. Cricket is the biggest sport in India and the passion for the game is incredible across the country. Like every cricket fan I look forward to great success for Team India in 2015."
Actress Deepika Padukone was spotted in Kolkata a second time in the last few months, this time shooting Tamasha with director Imtiaz Ali. Deepika was in the City of Joy last year filming Piku with Amitabh Bachchan.
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Deepika Padukone supports Team India for the upcoming World Cup
A galaxy of Bollywood stars descended on the red carpet for the Life OK Screen Awards held in Mumbai January 14.
Priyanka Chopra led the fashion pack in an elegant one-shoulder gown.