Much to everyone’s dismay, Sushant Singh Rajput has passed away on June 14 as he hanged himself after suffering from depression for the past six months. The actor’s sudden death has shocked many and left everyone mourning over his death. As fans terribly missing him, remembering the late actor, his fans are now circulating old videos of Sushant on social media and one of them is his emotional dance tribute to his late mother on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa season 4. The Kai Po Che actor was one of the best dancers and the strongest contenders in the dance reality show and during the season, he paid a tribute to his mother who is very close to her.
In the circulating video, we see Sushant with a choreographer Shampa dancing on the tunes of Luka Chuppi from Rang De Basanti. Hands down, Sushant gave a flawless performance during the episode and the performance was cheered a lot by the audience. Even the judges were moved to see Sushant’s performance on his late mother. After the performance, he gets so emotional that he broke down and that’s when his then-girlfriend Ankita Lokhande rushed to his side and gave him a warm hug. The actor was all teary-eyed.
After the performance, judge Madhuri Dixit was seen praising him and while Madhuri Dixit tells Sushant how proud his mother will be with his performance, the late actor is spotted getting teary-eyed. She even consoles the actor by sharing an incident from her personal life. Watch the video here!
In fact, Sushant’s last post on Instagram was also about his mother where he shared a photo of himself with mother and backed it with, “Blurred past evaporating from teardrops Unending dreams carving an arc of smile And a fleeting life, negotiating between the two... #माँ” ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Wanted To QUIT ACTING And Take Up Farming, Reveals Rumi Jaffery, Who Was To Direct Sushant-Rhea Chakraborty Starrer
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