An image of the late on-screen character, Sushant Singh Rajput, presenting with the group of his first play has surfaced on the web. The play, named Pukaar, was coordinated by Juuhi Babbar Sonii.
While the image was initially shared by Juuhi on June 14, the day Sushant passed on, it was as of late re-shared on the web and became famous online. “I coordinated Sushant in 2 plays. In 2007 he acted in his first play, #PUKAAR and the other was a comedy,Dauda Dauda Bhaaga sa. Infact he was spotted by a Balaji throwing individual while he was taking care of the tickets in the cinematic world counter for one of the plays,” she wrote.
Juuhi said that considerably after Sushant turned into a mainstream face on TV and in films, he was just one summon and would clear his calendar to set aside a few minutes for the occasions of the Ekjute theater gathering. “TV aur filmstar banney ke baad bhi apne theatre ke dino ke doston se juda raha. Aur mere toh ek call par hamesha, behad busy hone ke baavajood, #Ekjutetheatregroup ke shows aur events par pohoch jaata tha (Even subsequent to turning into a major star, he remained associated with his companions from his theater days. What’s more, on the off chance that I at any point called him, he would consistently appear for the occasions and shows of the Ekjute theater gathering, in spite of being occupied),” she said.
Sushant would call Juuhi ‘didi’ and consistently regarded her as his first chief. “Mujhe Didi bulaata tha..& hamesha bohot pyaar se kehta tha ‘didi u were my first executive’. Sushant tumhe dekh kar hamesha kitni khushi hoti thi….yeh kya kiya mere bhai? Aur kyun kiya (He would call me didi and would consistently let me know with a great deal of adoration, ‘Didi, you were my first chief’. Sushant, I would consistently feel so glad to see you…what did you do, brother? and, why)?”
In the interim, Sushant’s last film, Dil Bechara, will debut on Disney+ Hotstar on Friday evening at 7.30 pm. Coordinated by Mukesh Chhabra, the film likewise stars Sanjana Sanghi and is an authorized adjustment of John Green’s tale The Fault In Our Stars.