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Celina Jaitley says husband Peter left job, moved house to support her as she battled depression after son, parents’ death

Celina Jaitley is making a comeback to appearing with a brief movie Season’s Greetings, which she claims helped her heal after dropping each her dad and mom and one in every of her twins. The actor has revealed she was in extreme melancholy when she shot the movie that revolves round a mother-daughter’s tumultuous relationship.

Opening up about how the movie helped vent her feelings, Celina instructed Gulf News in an interview, “You can never find closure when you lose the most important and valuable things in your life. Daddy had just passed away and suddenly mama too … My parents were so full of life and they were this young, military army couple. The truth is you can never get closure from losing your parents. But this movie helped me a vent a lot of emotions… I am not getting treatment in Austria for the past one year.”

Opening up about how her husband Peter Haag sacrificed his job for her, she instructed Gulf News in an interview, “Peter left his job because I was suffering from such severe depression that we had no option but to leave Dubai. He said: ‘let’s go back to Austria and let us disconnect from everything till you get better. That really helped me and getting my husband’s support in this meant a lot.”


She additionally says it was her mom’s want to see her return to appearing. “The reason why I shot this film was because it was my mom’s last wish. She wanted me to go back to cinema”.

The movie stars Lillette Dubey within the function of Celina’s mom. Sharing the poster of the movie on Instagram, Celina had penned an emotional word final week as she appeared again on the main life adjustments that occurred throughout her break from movies.

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She wrote, “When I was shooting my last film poster in 2011, I never imagined the next film poster/ release will be at a time when … A mutant film virus would have shut down the whole world, – The fact the my parents won’t be alive to be the first to give their feedback as always. The fact that I would be married, living in Europe, and the next poster would be shot when I would be the mother of 3 beautiful boys, – A day in future when section 377 would have been revoked and all LGBTQI in India would have attained right to life. -The fact that I would have the privilege to work with a trans actor.”

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