In a deeply saddening = report that broke out on the afternoon of 14th June, Bollywood’s coming of the aging artist, Sushant Singh Rajput was informed to have committed suicide in his flat in Mumbai after hanging himself to death.
The news immediately sent waves of depression among his fans upon hearing the upsetting as well as astounding news.
Here are movies you can watch to remember the multi versatile actor and pay your tributes.
Kai Po Che!
This movie was the acting debut of the actor. This movie was based on Chetan Bhagat’s novel, The Three SUSHANT Mistakes of my life. He was cast along Rajkumar Rao and Amit Sadh in the movie. This movie was premiered in the 63rd Berlin Film Festival and became the first movie to be featured in the World Panorama section.
Shudh Desi Romance
The success in the debutant film landed Sushant in this movie. In this movie, he is cast along with the actress, Parineeti Chopra and the movie focuses on life in relationships. Box Office India declared the movie to be a hit. The movie is a coming of age as it focuses on the youth’s perception regarding relationships, commitments, love, and marriages as compared to the Indian traditional views.
M.S. Dhoni The Untold Story
The riveting movie is a biographical adaption of the Indian cricket team’s former captain and cricketing legend, Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Sushant portrays the role of M.S. Dhoni as the cricketer finds its way from the small town of Ranchi to the altitudes of the cricketing world. At some points, the acting becomes so flawless that viewers feel that the person on-screen is Dhoni itself.
The movie is one of the most recent movies of the now-deceased celebrity. Sushant is seen along with the co-star, Sara Ali Khan. The movie is set in the backdrop[p of the 2013 floods that hit the holy pilgrim of Kedarnath. The movie is woven on the tale of love between a Hindu girl, played by Sara and a Muslim boy, played by Sushant as they face various obstacles in their path of love.
The movie is the last remaining of the actor as he was rising to the pinnacle of success in the film industry. The movie follows the lives of students in hostels of Indian colleges. The movie received five nominations in the 63rd Filmfare awards, namely, 65th Filmfare Awards – Best Director, Best Film, Best Editing, Best Storyline and Best Dialogues.
Notably, in one of the scenes in the movie, ‘Chhichhore’ Sushant in a conversation with his son speaks on how suicide is not the solution for anything in the world.