I was using my Laptop when my brother told me about this heartbreaking news and I could suddenly feel the wetness in my eyes. I just don’t know how to begin my condolence for Mr. Sushant Singh Rajput.
I am deeply saddened by this news and I just can’t imagine that he is the same actor who performed so well in the Movie ‘Chhichhore’ that I ended up watching the movie twice. Ironically, the movie also talked about Hope and was totally against Suicide. Hearing about the reason for his absence, really broke me from within.
I wish RIP meant ‘Return If Possible’. Because you have been an inspiration for most youngsters and this really scares me to feel that ‘Our Inspirations are in trouble.’
Millions of followers, Thousands of Subscribers and Hundreds of Friends, don’t really mean anything if we see no one out of them as a person to whom we can approach when we are sad or feeling low. Just remember that they are not numbers, they are real people.
And for everyone, who always feel positive and optimistic, please be more approachable for people who really need you.
And for everyone, who sometimes, feel lack of hope or inspiration, please share your thoughts with loved ones or closed ones. And if you still feel that sharing your emotions with them may compel them to judge you, feel free to approach me anytime if you ever feel like sharing your thoughts or emotions. I will always be all ears for you.
From this moment onwards, I open myself for Free Consultation Calls as well and my DM on Instagram will always be open.
I just feel that we all together are in it and it’s rightly quoted by one of the famous personalities,”United We Stand, Divided We Fall.”
I may not be perfect to guide everyone or anyone but I will surely act as an attentive listener to you to help you release your pain.
Dear Sushant,I may not have ever met you. You might not be even aware if I exist. But your movies have always been an inspiration for us. I don’t know the reason for your decision. But I just want you to know that your presence will be missed.I was eagerly waiting for your movie, ‘Dil Bechara’, the movie based on the book, ‘The Fault In Our Stars’.I wish June 14, 2020 did not ever come, so that you could still be alive at this moment and the inspiration like you were still be around us.I wish I could type more while having these wet eyes.
I wish you realised the consequences of this decision for your family and fans.
I wish you were still around us. I will miss your presence.
P.S. I listen to your song, “Chaar Kadam” of “PK”, very often. Your work will always be appreciated by millions of us and your presence will always be felt.
May Your Soul Rest In Peace.