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Watch: When Robin Williams talked about suicide

A video clip of Robin Williams talking about suicide being a permanent solution to temporary problems has been doing the rounds.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi |
August 12, 2014 1:09:24 pm
Ironically, a video clip of Robin Williams talking about suicide being a permanent solution to temporary problems has been doing the rounds.  In the video the actor was shown discouraging people to take such extreme step. (Source: AP) Ironically, a video clip of Robin Williams talking about suicide being a permanent solution to temporary problems has been doing the rounds. In the video the actor was shown discouraging people to take such extreme step. (Source: AP)

Hollywood actor Robin Williams shocked fans with his sudden death on Monday August 11, 2014.  The Hollywood talent, who had garnered much acclaim for his voice impressions and comedy, was found dead in his California home. Preliminary investigations revealed that the cause of death of  63-year-old Williams could be a suicide due to asphyxia. (In Pics: Remembering Robin Williams)

Ironically, a video clip of Robin Williams talking about suicide being a permanent solution to temporary problems has been doing the rounds.  In the video the actor was shown discouraging people to take such extreme step. (In Pics: Robin Williams’ best ever movies)

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