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Breathe star Amit Sadh reveals he had suicidal thoughts at the age of 16 but managed to talk himself out of it; Read on

Amit Sadh, who recently appeared in Amazon Prime's show Breathe, talks about battling suicidal thoughts at the age of 16; Read on
Written By Saumya Bansal | Updated: July 16, 2020 20:05 IST
Breathe star Amit Sadh reveals he had suicidal thoughts at the age of 16 but managed to talk himself out of it; Read on

There's no doubt about the calibre of Amit Sadh in terms of acting. His career graph has been impressive so far but with his latest show Breathe: Into the Shadows, the actor seems to have scored a sixer. But not all has been rosy for him during his teenage. In the latest interview by a leading website, the Kai Po Che actor revealed he battled suicidal thoughts at the age of 16. Luckily, the actor managed to talk himself out of it and since then, he hasn't fallen back into those thoughts.

 
“I think it takes courage. I think it is a sign of strength when you admit you are wrong, weak or failing. The only thing is, you have to be lucky and blessed to have an environment and people around you who don’t kick you in ba**s when you tell them that you are falling, " said Amit. A few days back, Sadh's co-star Abhishek Bachchan had tested positive for novel Coronavirus after they went out for the dubbing sessions of the show. Amit had also tested for the virus but it came out to be negative. He shared the good news with his fans on social media.
 
"Thank you for your prayers and concerns. This is the only time I say happily I am negative. To all people battling this, my prayers and thoughts continue. Love you. Togetherness is the only strength!, wrote Amit.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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"Everything we do in our lives derives from a choice or a set of choices we've made, and I have always found that people are very casual about these things. I heard someone in class once--this was years ago at the Studio--say that they had their eye on a part that would generate attention and awards and all of that. I understand the need for money and acclaim, and we're lying if we say we don't like it or want it, but it must never be the goal; it must never be the choice. The moment that actor--or any actor, at any time--sets the goal as one so puny as a good review or an award or some attention, his entire apparatus is lowered, the eyes seek something baser than what he would have searched for if he had stated that he was an artist, and that he wanted to achieve the highest standards of art in his performance." - Kim Stanley

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