Keeping the conversation alive, Padukone is now using her voice and influence to remind people about the importance of addressing mental health issues.
Taking to Twitter, Danish Sait said, 'Depression doesn’t look like anything, it makes you feel like nothing from within. Hard to describe, harder to understand. Doctors/professionals have been my only hope.'
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 said in her statement that mental health is a very real and valid aspect of the coronavirus pandemic.
Deepika Padukone was given the award for her leadership in raising mental health awareness by going public with her own experience with anxiety and depression.
Deepika also delves into personal history and talked about her own struggle with depression and anxiety which began in February of 2014, and how often she thought of "giving up."
The 33-year old actor, who was in the capital for the first edition of Live, Love, Laugh - a lecture series with Deepika, opened about her depression in 2015.
Not only did she just buy a can, she also colour-coordinated her outfit to match it. The photo posted on Instagram left people wondering, is this a new, subtle way of an advertisement?