Sushant Singh Rajput’s Death Case: Family Shares Endearing Video Of SSR Playing With His Pet Dog, Fudge- Watch

Fans gets emotional as late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s throwback video playing with his pet dog, Fudge hits the internet

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Sushant Singh Rajput’s Death Case: Family Shares Endearing Video Of SSR Playing With His Pet Dog, Fudge- Watch
Late Sushant Singh Rajput’s fans often share pictures and videos of the talented actor on various fan pages on social media platforms, thus leaving several teary-eyed. Though we have seen numerous videos of his pet dog Fudge time and again circulating on the internet, here comes yet another video of the actor spending time with his pet dog. The video has Fudge jumping and playing with SSR in the video, while he remains seated in a comfy chair at his previous residence. 
 
This video shared by his family has got his fans nostalgic, followed by many comments pouring in on this particular post. Remembering the actor, followed by praises, one of the users wrote, “Etni effortless laugh, such pure soul.. they smile, laughter, the peace and love he hv in his existence no one can even reach to that level” With yet another user asking about his pet dog well being in his comment, mentioning how they felt the actor came alive.

The comment read, “How is fudge doing these days? Please let us see him soon seeing him makes me feel like I am seeing SSR come to live somehow” Check out the throwback video below carrying the caption, “#SSR, #Fudge & A Lost Life”


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Sushant Singh Rajput

Today morning a big breakthrough in SSR’s death investigation came to light, as per the latest report in Republic, CBI which was got on board for the investigation contemplating SSR’s death as murder, is said to considering to add this case under Section 302 of the IPC. The news was tweeted by his sister Shweta Singh Kirti.


Image Source: SpotboyE archives/twitter/sushantf3
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