Nausheen Shah, Mohsin Abbas Haider Discuss Depression During Interview
Mohsin Abbas Haider and Nausheen Shah opened up about their battle with depression in a TV meet and discussed their troublesome period of life
Pakistani entertainers Mohsin Abbas Haider and Nausheen Shah opened up about their battle with depression in a TV meet, reported a foreign media outlet. Discussing a troublesome period of his life, the Baaji entertainer uncovered his downturn got so serious at one point that he felt “I will quit. I will commit suicide or something. “I just went away after informing my family where I kept my phones, keys and ATM cards. After a while, my family realised I was missing and followed me. I went to my mother’s graveyard and slept there. It was a whole state of depression,” said the on-screen actor.
Abbas shared that when his senior sister discovered him at the graveyard at midnight, he revealed to her he is fine and will return home soon. “After leaving the graveyard, I went to a canal in Faisalabad and started walking by it and when I got back to my senses, I realised I was walking on the motorway.” He returned when he understood there are certain obligations on him and the youngsters in his family admire him. While he was away, he additionally posted a status via social media following which family and companions promptly connected with Abbas.
The Khud Parast entertainer, Nausheen Shah suffered with depression and uneasiness for a long time. She talked about her battle to educate individuals and said,“I was on Lexotanil and would take almost 12 tablets every night.” They shared that during the shooting of a TV dramatization with Shehroz Sabzwari and Shehzad Sheikh, she experienced four to five attacks. “I felt embarrassed and ashamed that what if my fellow actors get to know that I am sick and that’s why I took medicines to sustain. One day, I had a breakdown and started crying.”
Subsequently, she was taken to a specialist in Karachi who endorsed her antidepressants and she significantly became better in the wake of taking it for over about fourteen days. Before their talk concluded, the on-screen characters shared that discussing depression is normal and one shouldn't be embarrassed about it.