With each passing day, late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s fans, friends, and family miss him and continue to remember fond memories of him. Sushant was found dead on June 14, hanging in his Mumbai residence. His death was ruled out as suicide after the post-mortem reports, and the investigation is still on, even over two months after Sushant’s demise. Now, as many remember the late actor and miss him dearly, his friend Samuel Haokip shares a throwback video of the late actor singing and praying to Lord Shiva.
On Instagram, Sushant Singh Rajput’s friend Samuel Haokip shared a video, with the caption, “Have a divine morning everyone.” Sharing the video featuring Sushant and him, Samuel wished that his followers have a divine morning. In the video, the late Dil Bechara actor is seen chanting ‘Jai Shiv Shambho’. The video starts with the focus of the camera on a lit Diya, creating a spiritual atmosphere.
As the video goes on, the camera slowly pans towards Sushant sitting in a wide space on a table, with a guitar in his hand. In front of Rajput, there is a microphone, while the chants to Lord Shiva, “Jai Shiv Shambho,” continue in the background. The video sees Sushant sitting peacefully, with his guitar, singing, and chanting ‘Jai Shiv Shambho’. While Rajput sings and prays to Lord Shiva, his friend Samuel Haokip stands by the actor’s side with a guitar, accompanying him with the music. Check it out!
Meanwhile, Samuel Haokip is among the many who is seeking justice for Sushant Singh Rajput and is standing strong with his family, extending his support through social media. Since Sushant’s sudden and untimely demise, his dear friend Samuel constantly shares videos and pictures of the actor and remembers him through them, as he misses him. Also Read: Ankita Lokhande Shares A Comforting Pic With Pet Scotch, The One SSR And She Got Together; Calls Him The Best Therapist
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