Fans & Sister Keep Their Hope For Justice Alive On Sushant’s Birthday

Mumbai: Sushant Singh Rajput would have turned 36 had he been alive. More than one and half years after his death, his fans continue to remember the ‘Dil Bechara’ actor on his birth anniversary today.

The fans hared their love for the passionate actor on Twitter and his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty too shared some videos from her happier days with SSR.

Born in Patna in 1986, Sushant started his career with television and later made space in Bollywood with his hard work and talent.

An engineering drop-out, he learnt dance from Shaimak Davar’s dance academy and attended Barry John’s acting classes. It is a less known fact that he was among background dancers in the 2006 Commonwealth Games closing ceremony, where Aishwarya Rai too had performed.

Soon after his death many unknown interests about Sushant had come to media light. He was passionate about science and space and had a deep interest in astronomy. He even owned a patch of land on the moon.

The actor had plans to visit International Space University, France.

The ‘Kai Po Che’ actor was also taking guitar and archery lessons before his death.

On the work front, Sushant is reportedly the ‘only Bollywood actor’ to feature with American supermodel Kendall Jenner for a photoshoot. They appeared in Vogue’s May, 2017 edition.

Sushant was found dead in his Mumbai apartment in June 2020. His death had led to the arrest of Rhea, who was accused of money laundering and was taken into police custody in connection with a drug-related case by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB).

His sister shared some memorable moments on Instagram: She wrote My God! What a beautiful compilation…A Very Happy Birthday to Bhai. We will try and fulfill all your dreams @sushantsinghrajput , your legacy will live on.

 

Kangana Ranaut too tweeted this to wish him:

Some tweets by fans remembering the Chhichhore actor on his birth anniversary:

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