Sandeep Kapoor, a renowned actor, emphasized the significance of mental well-being on World Mental Health Day. In this interview, Kapoor highlighted the need for de-stigmatizing mental health issues and promoting open conversations.
He emphasized the importance of seeking help and support, encouraging individuals to prioritize self-care and reach out to loved ones. Kapoor’s powerful message resonated with many, shedding light on the importance of mental health awareness and fostering a supportive community.
Talking about this year’s theme, Sandeep says
“All people are entitled to receive the best mental health care available and be treated with humanity and respect. I think this is the perfect theme for this year”
Furthermore, talking about how he feels that his generation was more strong mentally as compared to the current one, He says
“Luckily I haven’t faced such issues. I think our generation was emotionally strong as compared to today’s generation as there are more Challenges and distractions as compared to our times. My only advice is to please talk to your family, friends whom you trust if you face this issue. Discussing and sharing your problems helps to solve the issue”
Lastly, on a parting note, the actor spoke about how he feels, people should be more vocal about their mental health in India and meet people with similar problems and help each other in that state. He adds
“If somebody is going through this issue, has to talk due to social stigma should then join some support group of one of the mental health organisations. It can be helpful to meet others in the same situation and also they may help educate family members and others about mental illness”
On the professional front, Sandeep was last seen as Jogi in Sukhee. He is known for many other films like Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga, Thank God! Etc