Bollywood actress Kriti Sanon made a post on Wednesday and shared a behind the scenes video from her film Raabta that also starred late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Kriti took to her Instagram to share a BTS video and remembered Sushant Singh Rajput, ahead of his first death anniversary. Kriti posted the video and penned a long heartfelt note expressing her thoughts. She spoke about how she believes in connection. Kriti said, “Films come and go,” but added that every film has many memories behind it. She spoke about the moments we live in.
The Raabta actress shared the BTS video and wrote, “Tan lade, tan muk jaaye Rooh jude, judi reh jaaye...” She added, “I believe in connection, I believe that we are meant to meet the people we do.. My Raabta with Sushant, Dinoo and MaddockFilms was just meant to be..” Kriti continued, “Films come and go.. But every single film has so so many memories behind it.. The connections we make & the moments we live with each other stay within us..Some more than others..” Sanon then mentioned how Raabta was one of her best and most memorable experiences. She said the film will always remain extremely close to her heart. The actress concluded her post and wrote, “Little did i know that it would be our first and last.. #Raabta” She spoke about Raabta being Sushant and her last film.
Take a look at the post below:
Meanwhile, the video features beautiful moments of SSR and Kriti with the cast and crew of Raabta. The video shows the fun and entertaining person Sushant was while shooting. Reacting to the video, Varun Sharma, Athiya Shetty, Mukesh Chhabra, and several others dropped red hearts. Also Read: Kriti Sanon On Numerous Debates Around Sushant Singh Rajput's Death: ‘There Was So Much Noise Around That I Didn’t Want To Be A Part Of It’
Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on June 14 last year. He was found hanging in his Mumbai’s Bandra apartment.
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