WEB DESK: Whether it is depression or anxiety, people often hide their emotions out fear of society that they may be tagged as mentally disable or frustrated and suffer in silence which does nothing but makes the case worse.
Moreover, there could be any reason behind one’s mental instability but treatments in this regard are possible. It is us who are so scared of surrounding and prefer not to talk to anyone about our falling state.
In such condition, movies highlighting these issues can work out as a comeback film of Manisha Koirala, Dear Maya is said to be touch on that aspect, depression.
The story is about a lonely woman and her encounter with love. She receives love letter which adds a bit of colour in her dull life then she goes to search the man unaware of the fact that these letter were written by two innocent teens. Also, the story line depicts that the film has highlighted loneliness and depression.
According to Indian express, she said, “Dear Maya does not revolve around depression but yes we touch upon an aspect of that.”
Koirala further added,“But I would like to say that it is very common in every household, in the younger generation, the older generation, and we normally tend to hide and not come forward and seek help. Also when we know that someone from our family is suffering from depression, we always brush it under the carpet. I think we need to take professional help. We shouldn’t be shying away from depression. There is no harm in taking help because, there are professionals who can help you with anything in life, any kind of challenges whether it is mental, physical, I think there is always a cure and healing provided you want that healing for yourself. Don’t shy away from healing.”
Let’s see how the woman in movie cope with truth and her loneliness in the end.