Since Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise, a lot of throwback videos, old interviews of the actor have surfaced on social media. The late actor’s friends have also been sharing videos of some precious memories that they shared with Sushant. Looking back at all of those videos now, is simply overwhelming. Sushant started his career from television shows, and then made the switch to Bollywood, with his debut film Kai Po Che. He also starred in the 2018 film Kedarnath, which was Sara Ali Khan’s debut film.
Now, a throwback video from back when Sara Ali Khan and Sushant Singh Rajput were promoting Kedarnath, has emerged on social media, and it shows Sara thanking Sushant for all his help and speaking highly of her co-star, while Sushant quietly listens, with a smile on his face. The video shows Sara saying, “There were days when I was scared and lost as I was facing the camera for the first time. He was always there and whatever little Hindi I know is because of him. He helped me a lot and I couldn’t have done without Sushant.”
The video only goes on to show the great qualities Sushant had, and that he was a good human being. Take a look at the video below:
Am not sharing For any Starkids PL don't think wrong..yaha #SushantSinghRajput hai bs...How incredibly Person SUSH...#FIRForSushantUnder302@maha_governor @MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice pic.twitter.com/J46avgWVE3— Neha Shukla (@NehaShukla06) June 22, 2020
After Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise, Sara Ali Khan remembered Sushant and shared a beautiful monochromatic picture from the sets of Kedarnath, which showed Sushant laughing heartily. Kedarnath writer Kanika Dhillon also penned a heartwarming note, recalling how Sushant converted the film's script into a beautiful novel by adding his own notes. 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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