Charu Asopa and her husband Rajeev Sen have been living separately. Apparently, trouble started brewing between the couple a while ago after which Rajeev flew to Delhi while Charu stayed back in Mumbai. The Mere Angne Mein actress has been experiencing a tough time in her married life. However, both have been quite vocals and have also accused each other of certain things. Recently, after the tragic demise of Sushant Singh Rajput, the topic of mental health has been one of the most talked things. The actress opened up about the same in an interview with Spotboye.
When asked Charu whether anyone approached her with their issues or opened up to her about their mental health and how has it impacted her personally, the actress told Spotboye, “It definitely makes me feel bad but the good thing is after all this, people have started talking about mental health openly. This is the topic which any individual in this country used to refrain from. If someone was suggested a mental check up, toh logo ko lagta tha ham pagal thodi hai? (We are not crazy) I feel if you are facing any kind of suffering in your mental health, one should consult a doctor. If we are down with cold and cough, we go to the doctor then what is the problem in going to a doctor for your mental illness? If you feel like crying, getting more aggressive or find any change in your normal behaviour, one should go to the doctor. I still find in our country people have made mental health a taboo. Anger ko log maante hi nahi ki koi illness hai. Anger is also a mental illness.”
She further added, “Nobody called me to discuss their tough time or depression but there were many of my friends who reached out to me as unko lag raha tha ki kahin main depression mein to nahi? main khud ko kuch kar na loon. (they are wondering whether I am in depression or whether I would take any drastic step as such). So, a lot of people called and asked, ‘Charu, are you fine? We are there with you. Don’t feel you are alone.’ It made me feel really good. However, with God’s grace, I was fine,” she said.