She played Chand Kawar in Bharat Ka Veer Putra – Maharana Pratap, Rajkumari Ahankara in Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat, Zara/Babli in Ishq Subhan Allah and Aadhya Verma in Internet Wala Love. She was popular for her role as Shehzaadi Mariam in Ali Baba: Dastaan-E-Kabul.
Shortly after Tunisha’s death, theories and hypotheses about mental health began to surface online.
A few hours later, the deceased actor’s mother filed a complaint against Sheezan Mohammed Khan, his co-actor in the show Ali Baba.
“Internet users wear a mask of happiness”
Immediately after the revelation of the young actor’s death, fans shared their grief on Instagram.
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“I don’t understand what happened to this generation… Internet people wear a mask of happiness but deep in their hearts they are not so worthy of themselves and engage as such things try to understand the meaning of life its not that hard to understand.. …😢 Wake up man, wake up, wake up…. Om shanti 💐🔱💔 Be happy where may you be in the universe – amazing heartbreaking 2022,” one Instagram user wrote.
“It’s heartbreaking to see such a kind and humble girl die so soon. She was a passionate girl with lots of aspirations and dreams to achieve, but what must have gone wrong so she had to take such a difficult decision to end her life so early at such a young age of only 21, she must have suffered a lot of mental stress and trauma,
10 hours ago she posted such a motivational quote…and then how can she do that?? How could you think of a person with such a positive mindset to commit suicide??? There might be something wrong…
Rest in peace Angel,” wrote another.
“Those who are driven by their passion do not stop”
10 hours before she was found hanging in the bathroom of her set where she was filming, Tunisha had shared a nice photo of her holding the screenplay, maybe.
“Those who are driven by their passion don’t stop,” she captioned her photo. The legend is a beautiful memory that nothing can daunt your spirits if they are drawn to what they love to do.
Youth Mental Health Myths
Mental health affects everyone equally, regardless of age. It is a very bad assumption that young people are not affected by mental health problems.
This myth was busted by UNICEF in one of its reports. UNICEF talked about how this serious health issue is easily ruled out citing hormonal fluctuations.
UNICEF says: Teenagers often have mood swings, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t also struggling with their mental health. Fourteen percent of adolescents worldwide suffer from mental health problems. Globally, among 10-15 year olds, suicide is the fifth most common cause of death, and among adolescents 15-19 years old, the fourth most common cause. Half of all mental health problems begin at age 14.
There is a big gap between the diagnosis of mental health in young adults and the help that reaches them. Lack of awareness is partly to blame for this and the stigma surrounding mental health is also to blame.
Mental health issues are always seen in a bad light. The person does not seek help from others with fear of being shunned or mocked for having an unstable mind. The myths associated with mental health are so deeply ingrained in people’s minds that it sometimes becomes difficult to say them apart from a fact.
Rates of depression and suicidal behavior have increased among young adults.
“Suicide is the fourth leading cause of death among 15-29 year olds”
According to a recent report by the World Health Organization (WHO), suicide is the fourth leading cause of death among 15-29 year olds.
The report adds that depression, anxiety and behavioral problems are among the leading causes of illness and disability in adolescents.
It is important to address these issues and help young adults overcome mental disorders so that they do not spread into their future lives.