Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Indonesian Fans Pay Tribute To SSR; Play Kaun Tujhe Song From Ms Dhoni In A Park - VIDEO

Just recently, we came across a video of the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput that was shared by an Indonesian Instagram account where they paid tribute by playing Kaun Tujhe song, featuring Sushant and Disha Patani from his film MS Dhoni on the big screen

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Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Indonesian Fans Pay Tribute To SSR; Play Kaun Tujhe Song From Ms Dhoni In A Park - VIDEO
Sushant Singh Rajput’s sudden demise has definitely shaken the entire nation and it is simply becoming difficult to come to terms with this loss. The actor died by suicide after hanging himself as he was suffering from depression for the past six months. Neither fans, not the film fraternity could believe the tragic loss and send across their tributes and grief notes on their social media handles. But not just people in India, people around the world are stunned with his untimely death. Just recently, we came across a video of Sushant that was shared by an Indonesian Instagram account which is dedicated to Bollywood.

In the video, in a park in Jakarta, Indonesia, they played Kaun Tujhe song, featuring Sushant and Disha Patani from his film MS Dhoni on the big screen. A fan seemed to have captured the moment and shared it on the account. As a tribute to the late actor, they played the song from his film and it was so heartwarming to see this gesture from the Indonesian fans. Apart from this, WWE wrestler John Cena too had shared a picture of Rajput on his Instagram account, paying homage for him.

On Tuesday, Gilad Cohen, deputy director-general of Israel's foreign ministry, had taken to Twitter to mourn the actor's sudden demise and tweeted, "Sending my deepest condolences on the passing of Sushant Singh Rajput, a true friend of Israel. You will be missed!" Along with the tweet, he also shared the link of the popular song Makhna from the actor's film Drive which was shot in Israel.


Even The International Space University paid a tribute to the late actor saying, "We are deeply saddened by the dramatic news on the death of well known Indian actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Mr Singh Rajput was a believer and strong supporter of STEM education and was following ISU on social media. He had even accepted an invitation to visit ISU's Central Campus in the summer of 2019 but other agenda priorities prevented him from travelling to Strasbourg." 






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