Neena Gupta opens up about loneliness on Vidya Balan's show

Neena Gupta opens up about loneliness on Vidya Balan's show

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Bollywood actress Vidya Balan has always broken stereotypes and is always looking to reinvent herself. The ‘Parineeta’ actress often faces flak on social media due to her weight and figure. But, Vidya takes every criticism in her stride and moves on with her life. Now, veteran actress and another powerful woman Neena Gupta appeared on Vidya’s radio show and spoke her heart out.

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Vidya Balan with her new show ‘Muthoot Blue’s Dhun Badal Ke Toh Dekho with Vidya Balan’ on 92.7 Big FM, the talented actress inspires her listeners to speak about social issues and stigmas that plague our society today. In the upcoming episode, Vidya will engage in chat with actress Neena Gupta. Neena spoke about loneliness and how it can affect you.

Neena Gupta opened up about loneliness and said, “Loneliness is always there, it’s a phase that comes and goes and it is a very difficult phase. I think everyone is lonely whether you are in a good marriage or a bad marriage somewhere down the line you become lonely, and to get rid of that loneliness you have to try really hard. It takes effort to not be lonely.”

The ‘Badhaai Ho’ actress further added, “I have found ways to kill this ever-present feeling of loneliness. I try a new dish and experiment with food, I’ll clean my cupboard, do the little things in the house, and I keep myself busy. I find things to do. This can apply to everyone; if they want to overcome loneliness all they have to do is to try to be busy. This is my way of fighting loneliness because if you allow loneliness to take over, you are bound to get depressed.”

Neena Gupta has always battled odds in her life and is an inspiration to many people. And it takes courage to speak about your insecurities.

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