Kangana Ranaut says it is difficult for children of broken families to deal with depression, upholds the traditional family system

Following Ira Khan who recently confessed to being clinically depressed, Kangana Ranaut opened up about her struggle with the same. Upholding the traditional family system, the ‘Queen’ actress stated that it is difficult for children of broken families to deal with depression.

Taking to her Twitter handle, Kangana shared Ira’s video and wrote, ‘At 16 I was facing physical assault, was single-handedly taking care of my sister who was burnt with acid and also facing media wrath, there can be many reasons for depression but it’s generally difficult for broken families children, the traditional family system is very important.’

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Aamir Khan’s daughter had shared a video on her picture-sharing app on the occasion of World Mental Health day.

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A lot has been going on, a lot of people have a lot to say. Things are really confusing and stressful and simple and okay but not okay and… life all together.There’s no way to say it all in one go. But I’d like to think I’ve figured some stuff out, or at least figured out how to make it slightly more understandable. About mental health and mental ill-health. So come with me on this journey… in my awkward, quirky, sometimes-baby-voice-y, as-honest-as-I-can-be… way.

Let’s start a conversation.

Happy World Mental Health Day.

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#worldmentalhealthday #mentalhealth #depression #journey #letsstartaconversation

Along with the video, she wrote, ‘A lot has been going on, a lot of people have a lot to say. Things are really confusing and stressful and simple and okay but not okay and… life all together. There’s no way to say it all in one go. But I’d like to think I’ve figured some stuff out, or at least figured out how to make it slightly more understandable. About mental health and mental ill-health. So come with me on this journey… in my awkward, quirky, sometimes-baby-voice-y, as-honest-as-I-can-be… way. Let’s start a conversation. Happy World Mental Health Day. #worldmentalhealthday #mentalhealth #depression #journey #letsstartaconversation.’