A statement has surfaced by actor Gurmeet Choudhary, who talked about Sushant Singh Rajput.
Sushant Singh Rajput was an actor who has set an example for those working on a small screen and wants to switch to the big screen. Meanwhile throwing light on this aspect. A statement has surfaced by actor Gurmeet Choudhary, who talked about Sushant. He said that he was an actor who took a smooth transition from television to films on the basis of his hard work. And established himself in Bollywood.
Gurmeet further stated that he Smoothened the path of T.V actors to shift from tv shows to films. Speaking to Navbharat times Gurmeet said that the Kedarnath actor has made a way for all the small screen actors and changed the Bollywood approach to T.V stars. It was Sushant who was an inspiration for me, and due to him I was able to debut in Bollywood film “Khamoshiya”.
Khamoshiya actor Gurmeet continuing further said that after the death of Sushant Singh, a lot of insecurity has emerged among the family and fans towards the actor of the current time. In fact, now my family also rings me up to assure that they will too watch my films. Let us tell you that Gurmeet is also a praiseworthy actor who worked in films like “Paltan” and “Wajha tum ho”, but in spite of this, he didn’t stop working on the T.V shows. He also win the Trophy at a dance reality show Nach Baliye 5 and also appeared on T.V show “Punar Vivah”. Revealing about his plans the actor said that it was my dream to appear on a 70 mm screen. As I worked on television for many years. But I was told that if the people can watch me on television for free, why will they pay to see me on a big screen. But I later broke their myth and ultimately made my debut into Bollywood films.
Shushant’s debut in entertainment Industry
Coming back to Sushant let us tell you that he made his entry through Ekta Kapoor’s T.V show Pavitra Rishta alongside Ankita Lokhande. But he later quit making a Bollywood debut with the film titled “Kai Po Che” in 2013. The actor rose to fame after giving hit films like Sonchriya and M.S Dhoni: The Untold Story.