Aamir Khan’s daughter Ira Khan opens up on ‘breaking down’ at times when her parents recognise her depression | People News


New Delhi: Superstar Aamir Khan’s daughter Ira Khan, who has been very vocal about her battle with medical depression, dropped the most recent video on Wednesday (March 31) on Instagram to speak about her psychological well being.

Ira shared that at the moment she is doing nice however had a burnout not too long ago from which she took two months to get better. “I start to pile up stuff then it gets too much and then I crash but then it gets better,” shared Ira.

The ‘Lagaan’ actor’s daughter is a giant advocate of selling psychological well being and wellbeing. Ira shared she tries to counsel herself that her depression isn’t unhealthy sufficient however breaks down when individuals in authority like her parents – Aamir Khan and Reena Dutta acknowledge her battle.

Ira revealed it’s like somebody validating “the side of me that is vulnerable and accepts it” she additionally stated she is attempting to be nicer to herself.

Watch the full video of Ira speaking about her psychological well being struggles.

Ira Khan may be very lively on Instagram and other than breaking the taboo round psychological well being, she additionally retains sharing sneak-peeks from her private life.

Ira Khan is Aamir Khan and first spouse Reena Dutta’s daughter. The actor additionally shares son Junaid Khan with Reena. Both the children are near their celebrity father.

While Ira first rose to fame with her directorial debut in 2019 with the stage manufacturing ‘Euripides’ Medea’, her brother Junaid is all set to make his Bollywood debut quickly.

Ira Khan confirmed the information with a candy put up for her brother, wherein she showered praises on him and wished him the very best.

Aamir Khan additionally has a 9-year-old-son Azad Rao Khan together with his present spouse Kiran Rao.




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