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    After the War, Hrithik Roshan was “on the brink of melancholy”

    Hrithik Roshan stated that after WAR, he had adrenal exhaustion and was on the edge of despair in a chat with his personal trainer Kris Gethin.

    Unquestionably one of the fittest performers in Bollywood is Hrithik Roshan. The actor is as physically fit as the young people, and only a few days ago, he showed off his sculpted 8-pack abs, sending social media into a frenzy. Recently, Hrithik Roshan discussed his transformation, juggling his job, lifestyle, food, and more in an interview with his personal trainer Kris Gethin.

    Additionally, he admitted that he wasn’t feeling well during filming WAR and that he was in danger of going into despair. In addition to Hrithik, several other Bollywood celebrities have spoken out about their difficulties with mental health, including Shraddha Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Deepika Padukone, and others.

    While filming WAR, Hrithik Roshan said that he wasn’t feeling well, and at first he blamed his advanced age. “I thought it was age, it was my body. I thought I was dying. Like some of the nights when I came back home, I was not sure if I’d wake up in the morning,” said Hrithik. When asked why he felt so, Hrithik said, “I was not prepared for the film. I was not up against a really big challenge.” He said that he was striving for perfection and was scared that if he didn’t do that, ‘people would know I’m not that good’. “I was destroying something inside while trying to achieve that perfection and I think that took its toll, mentally, physically because after the film I went into adrenal fatigue and I was, for 3-4 months, I just couldn’t train. I wasn’t feeling good. I was almost on the verge of depression. So I was completely lost and that’s when I knew that I need to make a change in my life,” he said.

    Shraddha Kapoor discussed her experience with anxiousness. She claimed that for a long time, she had no idea what anxiety was and that shortly after watching Aashiqui, she first experienced its bodily symptoms. “There’s this pain happening where there was no physiological diagnosis. We got so many tests done but there was nothing wrong with me in the doctor’s report. It’s bizarre because I kept thinking about why I was getting that pain. Then I kept asking myself why that is happening,” she said. She continued by saying that treating it with kindness and accepting it as a part of herself had a significant impact on her.

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