Monika Singh on Moonbin’s suicide: The dark side of the entertainment industry is serious stress and mental pressure …there is a dire need for adherence…

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Pop Singer Moonbin committed suicide recently, leaving his fans shocked and heartbroken. It’s always tragic when anyone ends their life, says actress Monika Singh, known for shows such as Kulfi Kumar Bajewala and Bahut Pyaar Karte Hai.

“Sad to hear about his death. Whether it is a celebrity or an ordinary person, it’s always heartbreaking to hear this. Suicide is a result of severe mental issues. All actions of celebrities are widely reported in the media and then the mental health issues are discussed broadly. The dark side of the entertainment industry is serious stress, mental pressure and there is a need to adhere to the standards set. Great support and resources should be deployed to counsel such emotions,” she says.

Monika Singh

She adds, “Governments throughout have facilities to support and counsel through hotlines. The red tapism in the system does not allow to escalate such services already provided by the Government. We should be kind to people and support therapies and counselling of such people who are facing mental health issues. Awareness should be created that counselling is not a taboo and people should be persuaded to take help.”

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