Bollywood lost yet another remarkable actor, Sushant Singh Rajput. The actor committed suicide at his Bandra residence in Mumbai. While the industry is still reeling from 2 recent losses, Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor, Bollywood has to deal with another loss.
Sushant Singh Rajput was a brilliant actor and he was only 34 years old. He was not only loved on the big screen, his acting skills were appreciated on the small screen as well. With big dreams in his eyes, he started his acting career in 2009 on Zee Tv’s Pavitra Rishta.
A starry sky is the perfect term to describe Sushant Singh Rajput’s performance. Most of them were imbued with stillness and yet appropriately dazzling. Like many other stars, his performance was not homogeneous, he did all kinds of roles and marked pleasant detours from how a different actor would perform any of those characters.
An actor, unfazed by stardom, made all the right noises in his movies and showcased extreme positivity even in his songs. CuriousKeeda presents 5 songs from Sushant’s movies that are sure to inspire you in some ways.
1. Meethi Boliyan (Kai Po Che, 2013)
A song from Kai Po Che inspired the young generation to listen to its heart. From cherishing the vibrant colors of sky to finding happiness even in the toughest as well as quietest times, this song is all about the little things that we, sometimes, tend to forget.
2. Besabriyan (MS Dhoni, 2016)
MD Dhoni was the movie that kickstarted his stardom in Bollywood. He portrayed MS Dhoni on the big screen so perfectly that even legends like Sachin Tendulkar could not believe that how an actor is so good on the cricket-field.
3. Yeh Lamha (MS Dhoni, 2016)
Music was a key tool for him to be prepared for any role. He used to believe that no matter how much he reads up or how much he talks to people, executing a role will always be aided by an auditory incentive. Even Yeh Lamha song is completely dedicated to all those true lovers who love each other unconditionally.
4. Namo Namo (Kedarnath, 2018)
Days before the release of Kedarnath, one of the reporters asked Sushant whether he felt spiritual while shooting for this movie. He said, of course, I never felt so close to the stars, I would end up staring at the sky every night. And, the song Namo Namo encourages us to feel that spiritual-self that we have inside us.
5. Fikar Not (Chichore, 2019)
The movie was based on depression and how a father helps his son to combat mental issues. The movie bestowed several emotions. It made us laugh heartily and cry at the same time. The song Fikar Not basically inspires to deal with all those problems with zero solutions.
Despite having the small-screen actor tag, Sushant was able to bag stunning movies. From PK to Chichore, the journey of Sushant has been truly incredible. His stellar filmography is an evidence to why people still admire him.
May your soul rest in peace, Sushant, and have a lovely life in the sky.