Actress Tasha Shilla is seeking treatment for depression, Kosmo! Online reported.
Tasha, 31, who has been struggling with the illness for the past two years, said she was glad she sought help.
“I feel better and healthier now. Prior to this, I tended to keep my problems to myself,” she said.
“For those who are suffering from depression, my advice is to seek treatment. Talk to professionals as it will make you feel better.”
Tasha recently acted in a drama, Mimpi Sabrina, which is being aired over TV3.
> Deepavali this year is more meaningful for actress Sangeeta Krishnasamy as this will be the first time her boyfriend is celebrating the auspicious day with her family, reported BH Online.
Her partner Richard Bradbury has been staying in Malaysia for the past eight years but this is the first time he is celebrating Deepavali.
Sangeeta, 32, said she decided to decline all interviews and TV appearances due to Deepavali.
“After a hectic schedule I had all year round, I decided to spend Deepavali with my loved ones instead,” said the actress who will be attending a script-writing course in New York next year.
“I will also look for opportunities in the Hollywood market,” she said, adding that more Asian actors are beginning to stamp their mark in the United States.
> A family of four had a frightening time when a landslide destroyed their house in Kuala Pilah, reported Utusan Malaysia Online.
The Negri Sembilan Fire Department received a distress call at 10.35pm on Monday.
Firemen found that the house was located next to a 15m-high slope.
“The four occupants managed to get out unhurt. We have also instructed the occupants of two nearby houses to evacuate,” said department director Norazam Khamis.? The above article is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with this ' >'sign, it denotes a separate news item.
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