Today on Sushant Singh Rajput’s birth anniversary we have dedicated this special post in remembering the humble celebrity who always appealed to the audience to give his films a likelihood.
Being a fan and hear and get over celebrity superstar’s demise is never easy, But it was 10 times more difficult to hear Sushants death that had happened in June 2020. His death was one which shocked everyone to the core. Today on his birth anniversary we will be covering his life journey and what made him one of the humblest actors here in Bollywood.
Sushant during his study years was quite an adventurous guy. He never backed down from a challenge. He never found anything boring in his life. On the contrary, he used to find his own interests in a particular topic and complete it successfully. He had attained the 7th rank in DCE Entrance Exam and got admission in Mechanical Engineering. He loved learning and had a special interest in subjects Physics and Mathematics. As an extracurricular activity, he also learnt to dance in his first semester, created interest in it and exceeded. He joined theatre groups and started acting, there also he developed Interest. He topped it.
Later he came in the film and entertainment industry debuting in “Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil”. Later he stared in the super famous serial “Pavitra Rishta” and as a character of Manav. For this, he was nominated and received several awards. Later he made his entry in the film industry giving us many films like Kai Po Chi, Shuddh Desi Romance, MS Dhoni, Chichore, Dil Bechara among many other hits. He was nominated for best actor in the movie “M.S.Dhoni: The Untold Story” for his epic performance. Knowing how adventurous he is for knowledge, he was also curious to know about the space or universe. And because of that he purchased the land on the moon and watched by using a telescope which costs around 55 lakhs.
Gaining all of this success also he wasn’t one who would have an attitude or show any tantrums. He was just as humble of a person when he started his career in this industry. He was a kind person helping anyone and everyone he needed without gaining any media attention. He had donated an amount Rs 1.25 crore towards Nagaland floods in 2018. He had also donated an amount of ₹1 crore towards Kerala flood relief in August 2018 in the name of one of his fans. He was such a big support for the fans he encouraged people to study. He made 2 of his fans dream come true by sending them to NASA for training. He had no mindset of creating any difference in the rich and poor or actor or fan. He used to treat everyone as an equal human being.
We miss him immensely and wish the epitome of kindness a very happy birthday