Ashish Chowdhry opens up about mental health, says his friends helped him

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Ashish Chowdhry opens up about mental health, says his friends helped him

Ashish Chowdhry, who was last seen as MJ Roy in Beyhadh 2, has made his name with the comedy genre in films. Taking a 180 degrees turn, Ashish Chowdhry starred in Jennifer Winget starrer Beyhadh 2 as the antagonist and nailed the role to perfection. Making heads turn with his salt-and-pepper look, Ashish Chowdhry soon became a household name with this role. After Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide, a lot of celebrities have been coming forward to share their stories and Ashish Chowdhry also opened up about his mental health in detail.

He lost his sister and brother-in-law during the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai and the incident was a trigger for him to slip into depression. Taking to his Twitter, Ashish wrote, “I dipped after 26/11. Even financially. And I’m clear it was my friends who saved me. They save me to date. I can only thank the universe by promising I’ll always be there for them. I’m a phone call away. And I’ve a lot of love and gratitude to give. Friends are our only earning.”
After Sushant’s demise’s news broke out, a lot of blame-game had already begun. In consideration to that, Ashish Chowdhry had tweeted, “Humans sadly have an appetite for negativity. They gorge on gossip, backbiting and judging. It’s business for some and entertainment for many. And insensitively is a more dreadful virus than coronavirus. It’s spread deep. That needs cure. We need to share sensitivity. Share love.”
Take a look at both his tweets.

I dipped after 26/11.
Even financially.
And I’m clear it was my friends who saved me.
They save me to date.
I can only thank the universe by promising I’ll always be there for them.
I’m a phone call away.
And I’ve a lot of love and gratitude to give.
Friends are our only earning.
— Ashish Chowdhry (@AshishChowdhry) June 14, 2020


Humans sadly have an appetite for negativity. They gorge on gossip, backbiting and judging. It’s business for some and entertainment for many. And insensitively is a more dreadful virus than coronavirus. It’s spread deep. That needs cure. We need to share sensitivity. Share love.
— Ashish Chowdhry (@AshishChowdhry) June 14, 2020

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