Sushant Singh Rajput – The very first thing that comes to our mind when we think of Sushant Singh is how good he was as MS Dhoni. Sushant for me was always the unsung hero. The fighter who never gave up until fate had a cruel twist for him at the end. I wish he had listened to his own listened to his own lines in Chhichhore and Dil Bechara before he decided to take his own life. But then life isn’t fair. He did leave those memorable roles for us to cherish forever. As long as cinema is there the legacy of Sushant Singh Rajput will remain with us like one of those priceless treasures.
To me Sushant was always a symbol of hope. He was the outsider who broke the shackles of Bollywood. The best thing about Sushant was this – Even in his really bad films he was good. He gave his 100 percent to work always. From an outsider to one of the most successful actors of the younger generation. Even the last film before his death Chhichhore was a 100 crore blockbuster. That’s how good was both as an actor and a box office star. His rise on celluloid is the tale about the rise of an underdog which needs to told again and again.