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3 Sep

Mawra Hocane calls for kindness and compassion towards celebs following Anam Tanoli’s death

Model Anam Tanoli’s untimely death has sparked a much needed discussion on bullying and depression. The 26-year-old fashion designer and model committed suicide on Saturday, following which there have been reports that cyber-bullying and depression led her to take such a drastic step.

Mawra Hocane, on Monday, took to Instagram to offer her condolences and also to raise awareness about how destructive social media trolling can be. “RIP – Anam Tanoli I didn’t know her personally but I am devastated that a young beautiful girl succumbed to the bullies around her,” she wrote.

Mawra disclosed that she spoke to a friend of Anam’s who told her how deeply Anam was affected by social media trolling and bullying. “She was suffering from depression and the world was ruthless regardless. I wish she was stronger, but I also wish that we were kinder,” she added.

 

RIP – Anam Tanoli I didn’t know her personally but I’m devastated that a young beautiful girl succumbed to the bullies around her. I spoke to a close friend of hers who told me how deeply she was affected by social media trolling & bullying at work. She was suffering from depression & the world was ruthless regardless. I wish she was stronger but I also wish that we were kinder , all of us. Be on a watch, anyone around us could be suffering from depression & your words can take someone’s life. I’m sorry #AnamTanoli on behalf of everyone who pushed you take such a step. My condolences & love to the family! P.s we may be out here for you on social platforms but we are just like you. we get hurt, we break but we endure & put the broken pieces together to run another show for all of you. Be kind, it won’t cost you a thing, Please be Kind & considerate & compassionate for others & their hearts! #RIPAnamTanoli It is about time we treat depression as an illness so we can comfort the ones suffering, atleast. Seek medical help without reluctance. Please don’t be afraid of the society, protect yourself first!

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PTI leader and presidential candidate Dr Arif Alvi also tweeted about it and highlighted the need for round-the-clock psychiatric help to prevent such incidents:

 

 

Actress Armeena Khan also expressed her concern:

 

There have been many more messages on Twitter and Instagram where people are talking about how nasty comments on social media can lead to someone’s death:

 

If you know someone who’s battling depression, please reach out to them before it’s too late.

The Haute Team

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