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Sushant Singh Rajput – The guy who represented every small town boy on silver screen

“Hum haar jeet, success failure mein itna ulajh gaye hain ki zindagi jeena bhool gaye hain… zindagi mein agar kuch sab se zyada important hai…toh woh hai khud zindagi.” –An excerpt from film “Chhichhore”

This line certainly renders very beautiful and important message that life is very much significant above all but the person who delivered this message is no more in this world.

Sushant Singh Rajput was the rising star of our Bollywood industry but unfortunately his sudden demise has shocked us all. With his charming smile and elegant personality. This Bihari boy won many hearts with his acting skills and versatility. Apart from being an actor, he was also a dancer, entrepreneur and philanthropist.

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Sushant started his acting career with television serials from Star Plus’s romantic drama Kis Desh Mein Hai Mera Dil in 2003, followed by one of the most popular and award-winning performance Zee TV’s popular soap opera Pavitra Rishta for which he won Best Actor in a Lead Role.

He started climbing the ladder of success when his first debut film ‘Kai Po Che’ was released in 2013 which made him enter in Filmfare Award nomination for Best Male Debut. His supporting role as ‘Sarfaraz’ in PK which was well applauded. His titular role in the sports biopic M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story made him enter in nomination list of Best Actor in Filmfare Awards and was also awarded in India Film Festival of Melbourne. His other big hits was Kedarnath and Chhichoore where he once again proved his acting skills and alluring personality. Sushant’s next film was Dil Bechara, a remake of The Fault In Our Stars which was scheduled to be released in May, 2020 but was postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic. This young lad was also signed by NITI Ayog to promote the Women Enterpreneurship Platform and was involved in various programmes like Sushant4education to help young students.

Apart from being an excellent actor in the entertainment industry, Sushant was also an exceptionally smart student in his college days. He ranked 7th in the DCE entrance exam in 2003, and secured admission in A Bachelor of Engineering class. But after he started participating in theater and dance, he rarely had time for studies, resulting him several backlog which ultimately made him leave DCE.

The aura and charisma with which this incredible gem carried himself is incomparable. The entertainment industry would never be able to snag someone like him ever again, he was one of a kind who managed to leave an imprint on everyone’s heart with his easy, charming smile.

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