Deepika Padukone poses for a photograph.
Gulf Today Report
Bollywood star Deepika Padukone on Sunday shared a list of verified mental health helplines on Instagram, highlighting the significance of strong mental and emotional health in the time of surging Covid pandemic.
"As millions of us (me and my family included) strive to stay afloat, let us not forget that our emotional well-being in this current crisis, is equally important! Remember, You Are Not Alone. We are in this together. 🙏🏽 And most importantly, there is HOPE! #YouAreNotAlone @tlllfoundation," she wrote, along with 12 slides in varied shades of pink that contain the essential numbers.
Several Bollywood stars have been using their social media platforms to pitch in with assistance for the Covid-affected over the past few days. These include Alia Bhatt, John Abraham, Katrina Kaif, Vicky Kaushal, Taapsee Pannu and Bhumi Pednekar among others.
Almost every B-Town celebrity has also been appealing on social media to encourage fans to help in whatever way possible, not to pay heed to rumours and stay safe.
Actress Deepika Padukone says the past several weeks have not only been "exceptionally unusual", but also very difficult, with everyone facing the fear of uncertainty about the future.
Deepika Padukone on Saturday deposed before the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in a drugs related case after her alleged chats came to the fore.
Actor Deepika Padukone is celebrating seven years of her hit film “Chennai Express”. The 34-year-old said working with superstar Shah Rukh Khan and filmmaker Rohit Shetty on film was an unforgettable experience.
Trained in painting and drawing in the United States and Italy, Nissan decided to collect and repurpose the trash to create art -- often collages themed on women's faces, flowers and Oriental motifs.
Overall, 4,368 children and adolescents up to the age of 19 died from firearm-caused injuries in 2020, a rate of 5.4 per 100,000 a dashboard by the CDC showed. Homicides made up nearly two-thirds of the gun deaths.
The man named Toko asked a professional art and sculpting agency named Zeppet to design him like a "collie", a breed of dog.
Seema lost one leg as it came under the wheels of a tractor in her native village Fatehpur two years ago. During the treatment doctors suggested that she may die if her injured leg would not be cut. Her parents agreed on it and the doctors chopped her left leg.