Sahil Anand quits social media

Sahil Anand quits social media

Sahil Anand

Sahil Anand, who was last seen in popular TV show Kasautii Zindagi Kay 2, took to Instagram on Monday to share that he hasn’t been feeling like himself and that he needs some time alone. Sahil also mentioned that ‘passion can become the worst nightmare’. In his Instagram post, he wrote, “Hi everyone, hope you guys are doing fine. Just wanted all my loved ones to take care of themselves as I have decided to be inactive for some time, I’m not feeling like myself and the last couple of months have been tough on me.”

He continues, “Right now, I need space. Sometimes your passion can become your worst nightmare. Guys, mental health is important, kabhi kabhi kuch wohi cheez zyaada affect kar jaati hai jinko hum khud ke zyada kareeb lete hain. I tried my best to feel normal, but it’s only getting worse. TC, Love S.A.” 

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