Sid Mallya to talk about his mental health issues through his show 'ConSIDer This'

The trailer of his six episode-online video series was released recently on his social media account and it is said that Sid is all set to walk out of the shadows of silence and share his experiences with people

Sid Mallya to talk about his mental health issues through his show 'ConSIDer This'

Vijay Mallya's son Siddharth Mallya aka Sid Mallya has been popular for many reasons. Be it for dating celebrities or his involvement in fashion and beverage industry. For someone who's been through more than his fair share of both good and bad times, .

Mallya Jr. is all set to release a brand new six episodes online video series called "ConSIDer This" where he will be seen talking candidly about battling his various mental issues over the years and how he works towards trying to overcome them every single day.

Within the next fortnight when the first episode drops, you will see Sid talk about some extremely personal and tough experiences including taking antidepressants, living with OCD, the abandonment issues he suffered as a child due to his parents’ divorce and the anxiety that came from dealing with his father's legal battle. While some may believe that being from the family he is would mean having no reason for any kind of suffering, the truth is obviously far from it.

Talking about the same, Sid shared, "So after my post about antidepressants a few months back, lots of people have been messaging me and asking about my experience and how I coped. Soooo.....I’ve decided to do a new series of vids talking about all the mental issues I’ve experienced personally, and what helped me get through them!! I’m always so humbled by the support I receive from all of u out there on a regular basis, so hopefully, I can return the love and offer some support to you as well."

The makers will release the episodes weekly and launch within the next two weeks. The trailer was released by Sid Mallya on social media and more updates about the show will follow.

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