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Meanwhile, fans are also remembering the young actor with heartfelt posts in his loving memory on social media and trending #SushantSinghRajput.
On the other hand, celebs are also taking turns and fondly revisiting throwback moments with SSR. Sushant’s co-star Bhumi Pendekar shared BTS pictures of him and wrote, “Miss you, your questions and everything we spoke about. From the stars to the things unknown, you showed me the world like I had never seen it before. I hope you’ve found your peace my curious sweet SSR…Om Shanti 🤍 #Forever #Ssr #Peace #neutronstar.”
In an exclusive interaction with Bombay Times, filmmaker Rumy Jafry said, “After a long time, I came across an actor, from a younger generation who I could bond with really well. In a short span of time Sushant got close to not just me, but also my family. He used to call my wife, ‘maam’, and would like to have food cooked by her. He would also chat a lot with my son and daughter. Sushant was a well learned man and could talk on any topic for hours, and that’s how he bonded with my kids too.”
On the work front, Sushant was last in ‘Chhichhore’ which later won the National Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi. Helmed by director Nitesh Tiwari, it also starred Shraddha Kapoor, Varun Sharma, Tahir Raj Bhasin, Naveen Polishetty and Tushar Pandey.
Apart from his, Sushant had last worked with Sanjana Sanghi in the Hindi adaptation of ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ which was released on the OTT platform after his demise.