Armaan Malik Opens Up About His Depression, Says He Is Not Doing Okay

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| March 27 , 2019 , 16:08 IST

Although actor Uday Chopra recently passed off his 'I'm Not Okay' tweets as 'dark humour', musician Armaan Mallik has opened up about his struggle with depression using the same line.

In a series on Tweet, the Bol Do Na Zara singer said that he was not okay for a while now. In a tweet, Malik went cryptic about his internal issues tweeting, "I’ve always been honest about my feelings in general so yes I’VE NOT BEEN OK for a while now & I know my fans have been worried about me. I resonated a lot with Justin’s recent post where he said he’s battling a lot of internal issues."

Armaan concluded on a positive note and asked his fans to be strong: "I have been too and it’s not easy coz even if you have people you love around you, you need to sort out stuff YOURSELF!! But just wanna tell all of you, I have been super patient, I’ve tried my best to be positive & that’s what has gotten me through a lot of my low phases."

For those unaware, Justin Bieber on March 10 posted on his Instagram account that he had been struggling and was feeling disconnected and weird. He went on to tell his fans to pray for him.

He wrote: 'Just wanted to keep you guys updated a little bit hopefully what I’m going through will resonate with you guys. Been struggling a lot. Just feeling super disconnected and weird.. I always bounce back so I’m not worried just wanted to reach out and ask for your guys to pray for me. God is faithful and ur prayers really work thanks .. the most human season I’ve ever been in facing my stuff head on.."

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In early January, another popular singer Neha Kakkar opened up about her mental health, talking about her depressive episode post her breakup. In a series of tweets, she said that she was afraid of being judged by people online and was scared to open up.

We are glad that celebrities are opening up and encouraging people to battle the stigma and live happily. More power and courage to them.