Sushant Singh Rajput was deemed to be one of the finest actors in Bollywood. He was coming up the ranks at a brisk pace after he made his debut in Kai Po Che way back in 2013. Then in 2014, he featured in PK, though he came on-screen for a short period of time. In 2016, his career leapfrogged to a large extent after MS Dhoni-The Untold Story hit the silver-screens.
Then last year, he was seen in Chhichhore, where he taught his child how ‘suicide isn’t the right solution’. However, on Sunday, the 34-year-old, reportedly, took his life after being found hanging at his residence in Mumbai. The occurring has taken Bollywood by shock. Even the cricketers have poured in condolences for the Bihar-born talent.
In the meantime, Preity Zinta, the veteran actress, sounded dejected after Sushant passed away. She reminisced all the happy moments spent with him over the time. She couldn’t believe that Rajput had to go away at such a young age.
She took to Twitter and wrote, “What an Incredible Loss, an Incredible Mind & an Incredible Talent. Will miss seeing stars from the telescope on ur terrace, our Astrophysics & NASA conversations, Dance competitions, Cricket celebrations & Ghazal nights. I’m gonna MISS U SOO MUCH. LOVE YOU #RIP #gonetoosoon.”
Here is Preity Zinta’s tweet
What an Incredible Loss, an Incredible Mind & an Incredible Talent 💔Will miss seeing stars from the telescope on ur terrace, our Astrophysics &NASA conversations,Dance competitions,Cricket celebrations &Ghazal nights. I’m gonna MISS U SOO MUCH 💔 LOVE YOU #RIP #gonetoosoon 💔💔 pic.twitter.com/URLwcnBtM1
— Preity G Zinta (@realpreityzinta) June 14, 2020
Kiran More, the former Indian cricketer, also recalled how he had trained Sushant for Dhoni’s role in the movie. In the movie, which released on September 2016, More played the role of a selector. He said that Rajput trained like a ‘kid’ for nine months at a stretch and never complained.
“I am shocked! He was really hardworking. I have interacted with many actors but his willingness to put everything for the movie stood out for me. We trained for nine months and he was there every day training like a kid, putting his 100 per cent to master the sport,” he told.
“Very educated, had immense depth in his conversations. He had a clear thought-process in how he wants to approach the role and I treated him as a normal cricketer student and he obliged to the instructions every time,” More added.
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