Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput left MS Dhoni's life story unfinished with his death. He committed suicide in Mumbai on Sunday morning. He was 34 years old. Nobody could believe that this smiling actor committed suicide. His body was found hanging in the air on Sunday in his flat in Bandra, Mumbai. If we look at his film career, then will see a special connection of the actor with cricket.
Sushant used to work in TV serials before Bollywood, making Mahendra Singh Dhoni his favorite on the silver screen. After getting a special recognition from Ekta Kapoor's serial 'Pavitra Rishta, he turned to the silver screen; this powerful actor’s first film was Kai Po Che!
Sushant achieved a new status with MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, released in 2016. The film had a collection of 200 crores. Sushant's conversation with MS Dhoni The Untold Story was going on with producer Arun Pandey. Pandey said that the sequel could be thought of, but now it is just a dream. Pandey told how Sushant was as a human. He worked hard throughout the year for Dhoni's biopic. Sushant was known for his hard work. Arun spoke about his and Sushant's relationship, his personality, relationship with family and his passion to make a name in Bollywood.
Arun Pandey said that this is an incredible incident. I spent 18 months with him. The way he worked, worked and worked, and as he gave justice to that role, I always kept it in my mind. Today people are inspired by seeing that story and today (Sushant) took such a step.
While talking about Sushant, Arun said that he was still in touch with Sushant. He said that we used to meet often. We used to meet in the gym. He used to come often and we gym together.
He further stated that he was obsessed. Never felt like working with a Bollywood star. Sushant was like my brother. He always had in mind that I have to work harder. I come from a small town and I want to earn big name in the industry and have to stand on my feet. Such was his dedication that by the end of the movie shoot, he became more than a decent cricketer, something Dhoni also acknowledged.
The charismatic wicketkeeper-batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) has a fan of his 'helicopter shot', but this former captain of the Indian team was shocked to see the helicopter shot of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput.
In the press conference before the release of the film, Dhoni said that Sushant's way of playing helicopter shots is exactly like him.
On demise of Sushant, Former Indian wicketkeeper Kiran More who had trained actor Sushant Singh Rajput to play the character of Mahendra Singh Dhoni said, “It is a shocking moment for me personally, I don't know how I or anyone who knows him will be able to recover from this shock, gone too soon my friend.”
He also emphasized the importance of mental health in times of the Covid-19 epidemic, saying, 'Mentally we must be strong. Especially the way things are going at the moment. We need to maintain a good relationship with our family and friends.'
Many players, including Sachin, Kohli, expressed grief over the death of Sushant Singh Rajput via social media.