In the wake of the less than ideal demise of Pratyusha Banerjee, individuals from the Cine and TV Artistes Association (CINTAA) have chosen to hold directing sessions with performing artists.
“Beginning from April 17, we will have seven advising sessions with every one of the on-screen characters. We truly need to know the main driver of suicide and annihilate it,” Amit Behl, executive question advisory group, CINTAA, told IANS.
“Obviously, it doesn’t promise anything, yet we as a whole will sit as relatives and examine our own highs and lows,” he included.
Pratyusha, who portrayed the character of the adult Anandi in the famous teleserial “Balika Vadhu”, was found hanging from a fan by her boyfriend Rahul Raj Singh and neighbours at her Goregaon residence on April 1.
She was rushed to the Kokilaben Ambani Hospital where she was declared dead.
“Pratyusha was such a young girl and my concern is that as an actor, they need to understand highs and lows are part of this industry. So we have collectively taken this decision and have come forward to speak about it,” Behl said………
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