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Get rid of all those toxic people from life: Mohsin Abbas Haider

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‘Na Maloom Afraad’ actor, Mohsin Abbas Haider in a worrisome post opened up about his depression to his fans and followers on social media on Monday night. The actor in a heartbreaking Instagram post informed that he might end up taking his life due to his depression.

Haider in the same post also called out people that brought him into this situation. Soon after his post, his friends from industry and followers flocked in and messages of love and support started pouring in for the actor on social media.

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Hence, the actor took to Instagram and shared another message in a video but this time thanking the people for showing great love and support for him. The actor said, “I just wanted to say thanks to all of you for all those messages of love, concern, and support you guys showed about my depression,” the 34-year-actor said.

“We all are suffering in our lives one way or another. Sometimes, we feel like talking about it and it actually really helps. It helped me a lot,” continued Haider. “I’m not the kind of person who would share his personal life publicly. But when you surpass your limits, I think that’s when talking about it becomes a necessity. And that’s exactly what I did.”

He further added, “The kind of support I received from with the industry, from my fellow actors, peers, friends, and fans, has only made me believe that we should never hide it. We should always talk about it.”

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He concluded the video by expressing gratitude. On his previous post celebrities like Osman Khalid Butt, Ayesha Omar, Tooba Siddiqui, and Anoushey Ashraf extended their support and love for the actor. While Fia Khan and Ali Gul Pir sharing their mental ordeal and advised him to seek professional consultation.

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