From Kai Po Che to Chhichhore, performances by Sushant Singh Rajput made us his fans!

A year after Sushant's demise we still feel like it’s a personal loss because he achieved something called connection

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Sushant Singh Rajput was one of the gems Bollywood had. He is one of those who changed his destiny from engineering student to doing daily soaps and making it big in Bollywood. The actor has carved his niche. A year after his demise we still feel like it’s a personal loss because he achieved something called connection, which he built with his audience through the characters he portrayed.

Kai Po Che:

The movie revolves around three friends who start an academy to train aspiring cricketers. But before they could even work for that, they experienced unnecessary conflicts/riots/disputes. The movie is a beautiful portrayal of how life has it all, the ups and downs, but you have to find your driving force. In the film, Sushant aka Ishaan approaches life with sheer passion and happiness. The most heartfelt and flawless performance we have come across.

Shuddh Desi Romance :

The movie is about a commitment-phobic guy, Raghu who flees his arranged marriage and falls for a free-spirited woman. Sushant brilliantly played the role of an adorable boy next door with commitment issues. His character in the film is so charmed up that everyone will end up having a crush on him.

Chhichhore :
Sushant Singh Rajput aka Annirudh Pathak stands beside the bed in the hospital and says to his son, “Beta yeh tumara result decide nahi karta ki tum loser ho ya nahi yeh tumari koshish karti hai”, and it is not only the dialogue that sounds inspiring, it is a life mantra everyone should follow. There are a bunch of good dialogues in Chhichhore which will make you question your negative self. The movie points out academic anxiety and will surely make you nostalgic about your good old days with your friends.

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M.S Dhoni The Untold Story :
Despite playing the legendary MSD, Sushant’s role and portrayal of his character won over the audience. No one could have done it better than him. By looking at the movie everyone understood that Sushant understood Mahi as a person, and never tried to mimic the cricketer. His acting in the movie has brought alive the pain and struggle from Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s real-life journey.

Dil Bechara :
The will always be remembered as Sushant Singh Rajput’s most inspirational film. The movie will take you on an emotional roller coaster ride that teaches you to celebrate life no matter what. Sushant’s character ‘Manny’ is sensitive, vulnerable, lively, where he exudes his signature natural charm. Anyone who decides to watch the movie will have to watch it with a heavy heart.


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