Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s sudden demise has left everyone in a huge state of shock. After the news of the actor’s death hit headlines, Shah Rukh Khan took to his social media to remember SSR and mentioned how much the late actor adored him. As Sushant Singh Rajput was a die-hard fan of Shah Rukh Khan, in a throwback video shared on social media, the late actor is seen imitating SRK. While Sushant showcases his acting skills, he manages to leave SRK super impressed.
On Instagram, a video shared by a fan page features Shah Rukh Khan and Sushant Singh Rajput on the stage of a show. The video dates back to the time when SSR paid a visit to the sets of SRK’s TV show Sabse Shaana Kaun to promote his film Detective Byomkesh Bakshi. In the video from the show, Sushant is spotted admitted that he is the biggest fan of SRK and shared how he got his way around with girls during his teenage, thanks to King Khan.
Sushant Singh Rajput goes on to share how any guy’s eligibility as a bachelor shot up many notches if that boy imitated Shah Rukh Khan and mentioned how that is what all his friends did. Sushant also went on to accept that he also got a lot of girlfriends, only because of SRK and his charming style of romance in the movies. During the show, after revealing all this, Sushant went on to pull up an act with Shah Rukh standing right next to him. As the late actor imitated SRK sportingly, he went on to leave King Khan super impressed and blushing.
Meanwhile, Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on June 14 due to suicide. The actor’s last rites were performed a day after his demise on June 15, while his ashes were immersed by his family in the River Ganges, in his hometown Patna. Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Throwback Video Of SSR Celebrating Christmas With Kriti Sanon And Friends Surfaces; We Can’t Get Over His Infectious Smile
Image source: Twitter/ Shah Rukh Khan
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