Sreesanth also thought about suicide, saddened by the death of friend Sushant

Kochi: Fast bowler S Sreesanth Has said that in August 2013, when the BCCI banned him in the so-called IPL spot-fixing case, he was constantly getting suicidal thoughts in his mind. In 2015, however, he was acquitted by the Delhi High Court special court. He told that he was going through a difficult phase in his life and he was having thoughts of even committing suicide.

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Sreesanth said, 'This is something that I was constantly fighting in 2013. This thinking used to be with me, but my family took care of me. I had to stay with the family. I know he needs me. T Sreesanth said that he was a very good friend of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Sushant committed suicide on 14 June. He was struggling with depression.

He said, 'That is why Sushant's death affected me so much, and he was also my good friend. I was also on the verge of this but I returned because I knew how much it would hurt those who love me. I am writing a book which will come in a month or two. In this I have written about this and also wrote how you are not alone. If you are alone too, then it is not a bad thing because many good things happen in private.

The 37-year-old bowler said, 'Loneliness sometimes makes you aware of many things inside you. This is a big thing because many times people do not understand what they are. I do not want to talk about it but there was a time when I was not able to pay my bills. I did not know where my next meal would come from. So, I am thankful to all the shows that gave me a chance and believed in me.
(Input-IANS)