Bollywood Rising Star Actor Dies 34 – Variety2 min read
Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead at his home in Bandra, Mumbai on Sunday. Preliminary reports said his death was caused by suicide. He was 34 years old Mumbai Mumbai Police have confirmed the death of the actor and started investigation.
Rajput made his television debut in 2007 with Balaji Telefilm “Kiser Desh Mein Hai Mera Dil”. Due to the show’s popularity, he starred in another successful series “Holy Rishta” for which he won several Best Actor awards including Gang at the Indian Television Academy Awards. Won the award.
Rajput started his film in 2013 with ‘Koi Po Che!’ For which he was nominated for several Indian Best Debut Awards. The movie, produced by former Disney executives Ronnie Screwvala and Siddharth Roy Kapoor, debuted at the Berlin Film Festival before its commercial release in India and worldwide.
His biggest achievement was Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s 2016 MS Dhoni: The Untold Story. Other hits include 2018’s “Kedarnath” and 2019’s “Chichor”.
Rajput starrer “Drive” of 2019 debuted live on Netflix.
At the time of Rajput’s death, the official Bollywood remake of “Dil Bechara” “Bollywood’s Fault in Our Stars” was released, where he starred. However, due to the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, the movies could not be stopped.
Last week, Rajput’s former talent director Disha Salian committed suicide. Rajput was reportedly frustrated by this.
“What we have in mind to give up life – no one will ever know – really shattered news – RIP @ ITSSR – more than an actor – our great memories of recent Kedarnath and Sonchidia. Full of energy – always respectful of everyone around him – goes away in a flash and then very quickly, ”Screwwala said on Twitter.
Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar tweeted: “Truly this news shocked and stunned me … I remember watching #SusantSinghRajput in Chicho and telling my friend Sajid how much I enjoyed his filmmaker and hope I could be a part of it.” Talented actor … God give strength to his family. “