Nawazuddin Siddiqui, the Bollywood star, thinks that villagers and underprivileged people don’t get depressed.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui said that people from cities tend to overstate even small feelings. The star said that his father hit him when he told him he was feeling depressed.
“I grew up in a place where if I told my father I was feeling sad, he would give me a hard slap,” he said. “Depression doesn’t happen, no one gets depressed, and everyone is happy,” says “Depression doesn’t happen in villages, where everyone is happy.”
The actor from “Gangs of Wasseypur” said that coming to the city taught him about nervousness, sadness, and bipolar disorder.
The Bollywood star also said that people in poor places live as best they can with what they have. He said that these “diseases” happen to people who come from wealthy homes.
“Ask a worker or someone who sleeps on the pavement what sadness is, and they’ll tell you it’s a bad mood. Even when it rains, they dance, because they don’t know what sadness is (they don’t know what it means). Jab aapke paas paise aajate hai toh iss tareeke ki beemariya aati jaati hai (You get such diseases when you get rich),” he said.
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