Ever since Sushant Singh Rajput has left for heavenly abode, some throwback pictures and videos of the actor with his family, friends, fans, co-stars, pet Fudge and others have been making its way to the internet every now and then. After breathing his last at his apartment on June 14, by hanging himself to death, Sushant Singh Rajput’s ashes were immersed in the Ganges at his hometown Patna, Bihar. The actor, who was last seen in Netflix film Drive, will be seen for the last time in Mukesh Chhabra’s Dil Bechara, which will also be an OTT release, opposite Sanjana Sanghi
A new video of Sushant with his pet Fudge has now made its way to the internet. The minute-long video sees the duo grooving to a song. The clip opens with Govinda and Karisma Kapoor’s Sona Kitna Sona Hai song from Hero No. 1 playing on a big TV screen. The video then moves on to Sushant, who is seen enjoying popcorn. Soon afterwards, the later actor is seen getting up and shaking a leg and what happens next will surely melt your hearts.
Seeing his master dancing, Fudge joins him and both groove like no one’s watching. The video sees Sushant along with producer Ssandip Singh having a gala time while watching the film. Don’t miss this adorable video of late Sushant dancing with Fudge.
"main kaisa bhi rahoon woh mujhe hamesha ek jaisa hi treat karta hai toh woh foreverness ki jo feeling hai woh aati hai"— siddhant. (@ignoreandfly) June 23, 2020
Sushant & Fudge dancing on Main Tera Hero No 1,their bond was something else 🦋 pic.twitter.com/jWRdJe6feZ
Meanwhile, Police has recorded actor’s family, friends, house staff, rumoured girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty, good friend Rohini Iyer and managing staff among others have already been interrogated in connection with Sushant’s suicide case. (ALSO READ: Rumours Of Sushant Singh Rajput’s Pet Dog Fudge Passing Away In Grief After SSR’s Death Are UNTRUE)
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