Sushant began his career with the hit television series “Pavitra Rishta” and later debuted in films with the critically acclaimed “Kai Po Che!” based on Chetan Bhagat’s bestselling book “The Three Mistakes of My Life”. He became Nation’s sweetheart when he played MS Dhoni in his autobiography.
Sushant’s demise has left India’s film industry in shock. Even in the South stars like Simran, Samantha Akkineni among others responded to the shock. The latest to join the list is actor Simbu. The actor called Sushant “a friend” and opened up about how suicide is not the solution.
“Last few months have been very tough for everyone, doctor Sethu, Chiranjeevi Sarja, Sushant Singh Rajput are all my good friends, their sudden demises have heavily affected me. I see this as a loss to the film fraternity. Personally, it’s a huge loss for me who has lost three of his friends. I wish them to rest in peace. But suicide is not a solution for anything, remember that, we can get out any tough situations. Let’s not lose ourselves, so stay bold, stay confident and stay safe,” the actor wrote.
He expressed his wish to see Sushant Singh’s last film Dil Bachera on the big screens. He stated that the film should do well and prove that even death cannot stop the success of an artist.
On the professional front, Simbu will be next seen with Hansika Motwani’s in the latter’s 50th film Maha. He also has Venkat Prabhu’s Maanaadu in his kitty, which has Kalyani Priyadarshan, SJ Suryah in pivotal roles.