It has been a month since Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, and people are still not over it. Many of his fans are still demanding a CBI inquiry in the late actor’s suicide case. Throwback videos, pictures and posts about Sushant are circulating on social media and people are left overwhelmed looking back at them now. It is no secret that the late actor loved interacting with his fans and almost always replied to their comments. Not just that, he also followed many of his followers on Instagram.
Now, a screenshot of Sushant Singh Rajput's reply to a fan asking him to send a message for a friend who lost his parents, has surfaced on social media, and is winning hearts! The fan commented, “Sushant small request to you...My friend Ajay lost his mother and father this year and it is very hard for him to come out of all this and start fresh...Could you please send a message for him so that I can convey it to him... It will be very nice of you...I'm sure it will give him some sort of happiness.”
Not only did Sushant acknowledge it and replied to it, but he went above and beyond, simply out of kindness and instead offered to meet the man. He wrote, “give him my love pls and ask him to meet me if he could. I'm following you,dm me," and ended his reply with a heart emoji.
Sushant Singh Rajput’s fans were overwhelmed by his kind reply, and over how the late actor would often go the extra mile for his fans. While one fan wrote, “yes no-one can ever be like him.. and that's the reason we are so connected to him.. it feels like a personal loss however we never talked we never met but yes it is like a personal loss,” while another one commented, “You're the real Superstar Sushant Sir we always miss u.” ALSO READ: A Month After Sushant Singh Rajput’s Death, Rhea Chakraborty Posts For The First Time: ‘30 Days Of Losing You But A Lifetime Of Loving You’
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