Shah Rukh Khan remembers Sushant Singh Rajput with throwback pic: Will miss him so much


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Shah Rukh Khan remembers Sushant Singh Rajput with throwback pic: Will miss him so much

Actor Shah Rukh Khan has paid tribute to Sushant Singh Rajput who died in Mumbai on Sunday morning. The actor committed suicide by hanging at his Bandra residence. SRK took to Instagram to share a throwback picture and said that he will miss Sushant Singh Rajput, his energy, his enthusiasm, and his happy smile. Sharing a black and white throwback picture, he wrote, “He loved me so much…I will miss him so much. His energy, enthusiasm and his full happy smile. May Allah bless his soul and my condolences to his near and dear ones. This is extremely sad….and so shocking!!.”

In the picture, we can see Sushant Singh Rajput all smiles as he poses with SRK.

Meanwhile, Anushka Sharma, who starred with Sushant in the Aamir Khan starrer PK, also paid her tribute to the actor. “Sushant, you were too young and brilliant to have gone so soon. I’m so sad and upset knowing that we lived in an environment that could not help you through any troubles you may have had. May your soul rest in peace.”

Sushant Singh Rajput’s body hanging at his home by his domestic help who alerted the police. Sushant Singh’s childhood was spent in Patna. A resident of Rajiv Nagar, he was a cricket enthusiast and used to play cricket on the streets with friends.

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Sushant Singh, who has acted in many films like “MS Dhoni, The Untold Story”, “Chichhore”, had his early studies at St. Cairns High School in Patna. He completed his mechanical engineering from Delhi College of Engineering. He also has four sisters.

Also Read: Goodbye, Sushant Singh Rajput: Pavitra Rishta to Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, a look at his TV journey

Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput’s father faints after hearing about actor’s suicide, family in shock

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