Just like other moms, celebrity moms are victims of postpartum depression. Here are some celebrities raising awareness about it.
Soha Ali Khan is known for her parenting style. The actress, who gave birth to daughter Inaaya Naumi Kemmu in 2017, admitted that she sometimes cries when her child cries.
Television actress Deepika Singh took a break from work as she welcomed son Soham into the world. She suffered from postpartum depression and was questioned about her post-pregnancy weight.
Avantika Mohan and Durjoy Dutta welcomed their first child, a baby girl named Rayna, in 2017. The new mother experienced depression when she was pregnant with her baby.
Ishaan Khattar's stepmother Vandana Sajnani Khattar became pregnant at the age of 44, and her chaotic pregnancy led to pre- and postpartum depression.
Shilpa Shetty Kundra inspired millions. The actress went through a difficult time in 2012 after the birth of her son Viaan. She often spoke candidly about those difficult days.
Mandira Bedi never shies away from speaking out about things. The actress suffered from depression after giving birth to son Vir in 2011 and raised awareness about the issue.
Shveta Salve welcomed her daughter Arya in 2016. During her pregnancy and after giving birth, Shweta experienced depression and postpartum struggles.
Television actress Chahatt Khanna is the proud mother of two little girls, Zohra and Amaira. She talked about her battle with postpartum depression after her second pregnancy.
Esha Deol is a hands-on mother to her two daughters. She revealed that while she was used to caring for her baby, her second pregnancy was an emotional rollercoaster.
In 2012, Shweta Kawaatra officially became a mother with the birth of her daughter Zahra Tabeetha. She faced postpartum struggles and took time off to care for her baby.
Actress Sameera Reddy is the proud mother of her two children, Hans and Nyra. She opened up about her pregnancy and revealed she felt isolated during her first pregnancy.
Actress Surveen Chawla gave birth to a baby girl in 2019 and has opened up about battling postpartum depression and gaining weight postpartum.
Kalki Koechlin gave birth to daughter Sappho in 2020, and she suffered from postpartum depression. She wants to talk about the struggles new mothers face and plans to write a book.