Bigg Boss 13: Krushna Abhishek says ‘really sad, unhappy’ to see sister Arti Singh crying, Bipasha Basu calls her brave

Updated on Nov 28, 2019 12:12 PM IST
After Arti Singh was targeted on social media for speaking about mental health issues on the show, her brother Krushna Abhishek and actor Bipasha Basu have extended support.
Bigg Boss 13: Bipasha Basu extended support to Arti Singh after she spoke about mental health issues on the show.
Bigg Boss 13: Bipasha Basu extended support to Arti Singh after she spoke about mental health issues on the show.
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Bigg Boss 13 contestant Arti Singh who suffered an anxiety attack on the show has received support on social media and her family and friends. The actor, who was friendly with Sidharth Shukla and Asim Riaz, had formed a strong bond with the two. However, the last few weeks saw the trio disintegrating under the pressure.

In a recent episode, she broke down after a fight with Sidharth. She later spoke about mental health on the TV show, leading to some people targeting her own social media. Her official page later posted about her reaction, urging people to talk about mental health issues rather than trolling the one suffering.

Comedian and actor Krushna Abhishek, Arti’s brother, now wrote on social media, “This time really sad and unhappy to see u crying and panacking in the big boss house. Really want to cum inn and see u it’s been really long. Guys pls support Arti need ur support and blessings.”

Bollywood actor Bipasha Basu Grover also extended her support to Arti. “It’s sad that in our country so many educated people have a lack of awareness on mental health. You can’t stop living your life if you have some issues. You need to be brave and face them and that is exactly what Arti Singh is doing. Anyone in the house or outside who is making a joke or mockery out of this is insensitive. In today’s day and age, this topic cannot be taboo.”



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“Support is what people need to overcome this. Finally, it’s one’s own battle. Please, we should be human and kind to all,” added the actress, who was last seen in the movie ‘Alone’ in 2015.

(This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text. Only the headline has been changed.)

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