Popular, renowned, noted, and multi-talented Bollywood film star Sushant Singh Rajput committed suicide today on June 14, 2020, by hanging to the fan at his Bandra residence. He was 34.
Sushant Singh Rajput was an Indian film star. He was born on 21 January 1986 in Patna in Bihar. His mother died in 2002. Then his family moved from Patna to Delhi. He attended Saint Karen’s High School in Patna and then Kulachi Hansraj Model School in New Delhi.
He was a very brilliant student and got the seventh rank in the entrance exam conducted by Delhi College of Engineering in 2003 and got admission in the Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from Delhi College of Engineering, but could not complete his study and had to leave in third year as he started an interest in theatre and dance and pursued a career in acting.
Sushant made a break into films, and moved to
Mumbai and joined Nadira Babbar’s Ekjute theatre
group. He remained associated with this group
for two and a half years.
During this time, he worked in a Television advertisement for Nestle Munch, which got popularity across India.
He started his career with his debut show Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil in 2008. Then he worked in the popular serial Pavitra Rishta in 2009-110.
His first film was Kai Po Che released in 2013for which he was nominated for the Filmfare award for the best male debut. He then starred in the comedy film Shuddh Desi Romance in 2013. His other films are Chhichhore, Kedarnath, Raabta, M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story, PK. Dil Bechara, Drive, Sonchiriya, Detective Byomkesh, Paani, Paisa Vasool, Romeo Akbar Walter, Romeo Akbar Walter, Gustakhiyan, Welcome to New York, and Happy Anniversary.
His last Integra post has a message that
talks about “blurred past evaporating.”
“Blurred past evaporating from teardrops. Unending dreams carving an arc of a smile And a fleeting life, negotiating between the two… #माँ ”
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