Fans and industry colleagues remembered late actor Sushant Singh Rajput on his birth anniversary today. If he would have been alive, the actor would have turned 35 today. He was found dead on June 14, 2020 at his Bandra residence, as per reports in the media, the actor was reported to have died due to suicide. However, CBI is yet to give out the final verdict on it. As per reports in PTI, a certain stretch in Delhi will be named after the late actor.
As per reports, a path from Andrews Ganj to Indira Camp in South Delhi will be named after his name. SDMC's Congress councillor Abhishek Dutt has pushed the proposal to a civic body that looks into naming and renaming committee in the month of September 2020. The proposal was accepted by the SDMC house in a meeting that took place on January 20, 2020. "It was cleared by the SDMC House in its meeting yesterday," said Abhishek Dutt.
In the letter penned by Dutt to the committee, it was mentioned of large number of people residing in the said area who hail from Road No 8 in Bihar. The stretch will be named as Sushant Singh Rajput Marg.
On his birth anniversary, his former GF and TV actress Ankita Lokhande posted an old video of the late actor playing with his pet dog, Scotch. She wrote in her Instagram post, “#sushantday I don’t know how to start and what to say but yes today I’m gonna share few of yours old videos Sushant to celebrate you .these are the only memories I hv with u and i will always remember Like this happy , intelligent,romantic,mad and adorable. #scotch has always missed u and now I guess he miss u more. I pray and I know tum jaha ho waha bahut khush ho happy birthday to u u will be missed #memoriesforlife.” ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Birth Anniversary: Shraddha Kapoor Shares A Pic From Chhichhore Days; Late Actor’s Dil Bechara Co-Star Sanjana Sanghi Drops Photo From Paris
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