Why do we need to see someone's death in order to value life? RIP Sushant Singh Rajput

" Don't run behind views and followers." - my dad told told me this morning.

Sushant Singh Rajput , an outsider in the industry with a HUGE fan following , a gem and an impeccable actor stole my heart when I watched 'Kai po Che' the first time. The lively "Ish" , a true friend and a man who valued relationships more than he valued money. Whenever I rewatch the movie the love for his character rekindles. Would it be the same had someone else played that role?

Sarfaraz in "PK" , he stole the show with just "char kadam" short role in the movie. Then came "Kedarnath" ; I remember my board exams were a month away still I couldn't resist watching the movie when it got digitally released and yes, the ending broke my heart a little.

And how can I forget , Shudh desi romance where he played a confused yet charming boy living in the beautiful city of Jaipur. 

Every character he played made an impact and in some cases touched the way I perceived life.

RIP Sushant Singh Rajput , may your soul rest in peace.


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