Remembering Sushant Singh Rajput (From 1986 To 2020): Left Us Wanting for More!!

“Tere Sikko ki Khanak, Meri Hawa ki Keemat Kam Kar Rahi hai Bagga”  -Sushant Singh Rajput ( Ishaan- Kai “Po Che”)

If you watch ‘Kai Po Che’ again, the above dialogue said by Ishaan, (character played by Sushant in the film) will haunt You and may also make you emotional.

We still reeling the big loss of Sushant Singh Rajput, a brilliant actor, entrepreneur and an angel soul. it’s a big and gaping loss to the film industry and all of his fans. An inspiration for many, Sushant Singh Rajput will be in our heat and shall be remembered always.  Here is one of the last posts the actor put up on Instagram and it’s absolutely gut-wrenching.

He was born in the capital city of Bihar, Patna. A middle class, down to earth human being was an engineering student at Delhi Technological University and left the four-year degree course at the end of his third year, to pursue his love for acting. He joined Barry John’s acting classes after being influenced by his friends in his dance classes. He found his passion for acting and said, “I found the experience liberating. I realised that I could communicate with the audience. I knew I wanted to do this forever.” Sushant was a terrific actor who made his mark in the film industry through hard work, talent and was exceptionally inclined towards keeping himself fit.

From Star Plus’ romantic drama “Kis Desh Mein Hai Mera Dil”, to ‘Pavitra Rishta’ to ‘Ishan Singh’ “Kai Po Che”, ‘Raghu Ram’ in “Shuddh Desi Romance”, ‘Sarfaraz’ in “PK”, ‘Mahi’ in “MS Dhoni: The Untold Story”, ‘Anni’ in “Chhichhore” and ‘Lakhan Singh’ in “Sonchiriya”, to Nitesh Tiwari’s “Chhichhore”, characters played by Sushant Singh Rajput have always been larger than life and reflected a new contemporary sense of the society and Sushant always became the character he played.

A National Olympiad winner in Physics, Sushant was resistless, always playful and humorous man. He probably made you very happy with one of his films and was admired by many.

Sushant, has inspired many with his story of success in Bollywood. He was a role model for those who aspire to act, desire to be a part of the theatre and who love to portray the art they hold. Rajput, though from a non-acting background, found his meaning in acting. This attribute of Sushant’s is looked up to by many who want to be a name in the big screen industry. ‘Pavitra Rishta’ made him a household name and an overnight-star. Despite being a successful Bollywood actor, people never forgot his role in Ekta Kapoor’s daily soap. He has always been bullheaded in his approach to the roles he performed and went all the way for his versatile movies.

Rajput’s roles in movies were awe-inspiring and beautifully portrayed figures of human beings that one would love to be like in the 21st Century. His charm and enthusiasm added a different vibe to the atmosphere, both on-screen and off-screen. ‘Ishan Bhatt’ couldn’t have been brought to life if it wasn’t for you, who made it to “Kai Po Che” and then a year later, you made us fall in love with ‘Sarfaraz’. And that is how, we fell in love with you, a man who played Dhoni and Anni and we can never imagine these iconic movies without you.

Sushant’s ‘Dhoni’ is the most loved role. In praise of his role in “MS Dhoni: The Untold Story”, He played the role so well, the manner in which he imbibed the essence of Dhoni was impeccable.” In an interview, Sushant mentioned how he used to bunk his classes for watching Dhoni in India’s cricket matches. He added that he was a big fan which is also why he was able to play ‘Mahi’ with perfection.

 In the movie “Kedarnath”, he performed a role which was one that he played with a massive heart.

From 1986 to 2020, your life was too short and left us wanting for more!!


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