Written By- Bhavana Bhardwaj
It is difficult to put in words what India’s Hindi-language film industry, known as Bollywood loss his three versatile actors amid a crippling coronavirus pandemic. It has been a terrible year for the Indian film industry.
Around six weeks ago, two of the India’s most beloved movie stars, Irfan khan and Rishi Kapoor passed away. Recently, a music composer and singer Wajid Khan also passed away, after suffering from a cardiac arrest and kidney issues. He was 43 years old.
Today, a bright and talented actor of Bollywood Sushant Singh Rajput leaves behind several memorable performances. The 34-year-old actor was reportedly found hanging. Bandra Police brought the actor’s body to Dr RN Cooper Municipal General Hospital from his residence. After testing the actor for COVID-19, he has been taken for post mortem. So far, no suicide note is found.
It becomes even more difficult when the actor in question is someone like Sushant Singh Rajput, a love for all life. Therefore, the news of his death has left everyone numb’.
Sushant, who passed away, was a young and talented Indian Bollywood actor, dancer, television personality, an entrepreneur and a philanthropist. He went on to become an integral part of some popular TV Shows such as Star Plus “Kis Desh Mei Hai Mera Dil”. He shot to fame with his role as Manav Deshmukh in ZEE TVs popular soap opera Pavitra Rishta. That apart, he featured in reality shows like Zara Nach Ke Dikha and Jhalak Dikhla Jaa 4.
He made his bollywood debut in the film Kai Po Che (2013). He went on to star in movies like Shuddh Desi Romance, PK, Detective Byomkesh Bakshy, M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story, Raabta, Kedarnath, Sonchiriya. He was recently seen in the film Chhichhore which dealt with the extreme pressure of academic competition. One of his iconic dialogue of his recent movie, “Tumhara result decide nahi krta hai ki tum loser ho ya nahi…tumhari koshish decide karti hai.”(Your result does not decide if youre a loser or not….your attempt decides that). It is not less than an inspiration for youth.
Death, always believed is the most trivial part of the life. It does not matter when and how you die. What matters is what you have done with your life.
Another iconic dialogue of Sushant Singh Rajput from his movie PK (2014), “Jis mehfil ne thukraya humko, kyun uss mehfil ko yaad kren….aage lamhe bula rahe hain,aao unk sath chalen.” (The gathering that rejected us, why should we remember that gathering….the moments ahead are calling us, come lets go with them).
Sushant inspired fans to be fearless. He also embarked on a journey where he knew things would be rough but still he never lost hope and succeeded with diligent work.