After filmmaker Rumi Jaffery confirmed of the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput not running out of work and being financially stable comes yet another news assuring of the same. After his last release on the digital platform, Drive on Netflix and his yet to be released flick, Dil Bechara, the actor was in talks with filmmaker Aanand L Rai to be produced under Rai’s production banner as reported by Pinkvilla. A source close to the publication confirmed that the actor and filmmaker had met for narration as well.
As per reports filmmaker, Aanand L Rai had liked Sushant’s work on the celluloid and also wanted to collaborate with him. Hence, when a perfect script fell into the lap of the filmmaker he approached the actor. The actor post his narration had given a nod to it but was yet to put the pen to the paper. The source was quoted saying, “Sushant was discussing a project with Aanand L Rai under his banner. The Ranjhanaa director loved Sushant's work in all his films and he had wanted to collaborate with him. When Aanand came across a script which perfectly suited Sushant, he had met him and narrated it to him. The actor loved the idea and had even verbally agreed to do it.”
Thus, the news of Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely death left Aanand L Rai in sheer shock.
While the actor had already signed two films, including Anand Gandhi and Rumi Jaffery forthcoming venture, he was about to sign three films more. Source added, “Sushant had enough work to keep him busy till next year-end. He had signed two films and was in advanced talks for another three projects. People who are claiming he was out of work is completely wrong.”
As per reports he was in talks for a biopic too based on the life of Indian footballer, Bhaichung Bhutia as well. ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Sanjay Leela Bhansali Had Offered SSR 4 Films As Opposed To The Case Filed Against The Filmmaker
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