I am most afraid of death, said Sushant
Even after 10 days, the mourning of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death did not stop. Bollywood, India and across these borders in different parts of the world is frozen blue trouble. All the pictures of Sushant, all the words, even the messages in the inbox are going viral. As much as he had sweet memories of Sushant, his loved ones are trying to be a little lighter this time. An interview with Sushant recently went viral. There he shared his thoughts on the fear of death.
In that interview, Sushant was asked, what is the biggest fear of his life? Sushant replied that he was very scared to death. Because, he explained, ‘Probably death. Yes, I am most afraid of death. I sleep for three hours a day. These three hours I don’t recognize myself. Even after death, it seems that something like this happens. I am afraid of death for not recognizing myself. Probably everyone is more afraid of death because of this unknown part of death.
The man who was most afraid of death in life, whether he left life voluntarily and embraced death! He left only 34 years of life and went to the brink of death. A hair-raising analysis is still going on about the mystery of Sushant’s death. Police, CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation), colleagues, netizens are all conducting hair analysis. One side is blaming Bollywood’s relatives, the other side is blaming ‘alleged lover’ Riya Chakraborty. Meanwhile, Sonam Kapoor has added fuel to the controversy by stating that ‘no one is responsible for anyone’s suicide’.
The latest film ‘Dil Bechara’ starring Sushant Singh Rajput will be released soon. This is Mukesh Chabra’s first film as a director. Sanjana’s partner is opposite Sushant in the film. The film is the Hindi version of Hollywood’s big-screen blockbuster hit ‘Fault in Our Stars’.
Born on January 21, 1986, Sushant is the youngest of five siblings. He has four older sisters. Sushant made her big-screen debut in 2013 with ‘Kai Po Che’. ‘Pure Country Romance’ was released in the same year. After the release of ‘Dhoni: The Untold Story’ in 2016, Sushant did not have to look back.