Actor Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on June 14, 2020. Though he left everyone in the void, it is his friends and family who keep him in their memories. Speaking of which, as SSR’s first death anniversary is coming closer, his Pavitra Rishta co-star Karanveer Mehra remembers him and talks about the late actor in a recent interview. He reminisces the days he spent with him and calls himself one of his fans. As the two have spent a lot of time together back then, Karanveer knew the actor very closely. Talking about SSR as a person, Mehra said Sushant was ‘enthusiastic about his career, his dreams, passion, his craft and about life.’ Mehra also mentioned that since he was younger, Sushant treated him like his younger brother.
The one who guided him at every step when he was at crossroads in his career and relationships. He even recalled what topics they used to discuss including ‘space, music, sports, fitness, films and more.’ Calling the Dil Bechara actor a brilliant actor, he tells TOI, “Whoever has worked with Sushant would agree that he was an actor par excellence. I don’t have to say much on this as his work speaks volumes about the kind of actor he was. And if I were to describe him as a human being, I think I would fall short of words. He was charismatic, intelligent, suave, loving and caring. He had a big heart.”
Furthermore, Karan mentions that he curses him for not able to help when he was in a dire situation, “I learnt so much from him and he was the one who taught me that one should never give up... I curse myself for not being able to help him,” tells the portal.
As it is going to a year now since his demise, Mehra ‘prays for his happiness, and thank him for the good he has done for many’ I wish there was a way to tell him that ‘I miss you buddy,’” he concludes it. ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Case: Siddharth Pithani Makes New Revelations To NCB, Brings Up Samuel Miranda’s Name- REPORT
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