’As long as you were, I was’: Sushant Singh Rajput’s heartfelt letter for his mother goes viral
New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: Sushant Singh’s death due to fatal step of suicide which the 34-year-old took on 14th June has shaken the entertainment world like never before. Sushant shared an emotionally attached bond with his mother, and despite her demise so early in his childhood, Sushant kept the memories of his mother millimeters close to his head and heart.
A Twitter user shared the letter, Sushant had written in his mother’s name, way back in 2016, where his handwritten words cherish a blend of love and major missings, the actor was going through back then.
“As long as you were, I was. Now just in your memories I come alive. Like a shadow, just a flicker, Time does not move here. It's beautiful, It's forever. Do you remember? You promised you would be with me forever, And I promised you that I would keep smiling, no matter what. It seems we were both wrong mother,” Sushant had written.
Sushant’s last Instagram post was also dedicated to his mother, in which the late actor shared a monochromatic set of pictures of his present self with his mom. “Blurred past evaporating from teardrops Unending dreams carving an arc of smile And a fleeting life, negotiating between the two...(Maa),” he had written.
The late actor’s sister, Shweta Singh Kirti, also in a tear-inducing post on Facebook apologised for ‘all the pain’ he had to go through during the last few weeks of his life.
“Your twinkling eyes taught the world how to dream, ur innocent smile revealed the true purity of ur heart…you will always be loved mera Baby and so so much more....,” Sushant’s eldest sister wrote.
The post by Shweta included a handwritten letter which Sushant had written for her. “She who says she can and she who says she can't, are both usually right!! You're the first 'she'. Love you. Bhai Sushant,” the letter reads.
The 34-year-old actor killed himself at his home in Mumbai's Bandra on 14th June. His last rites were performed in Vile Parle-located crematorium in Mumbai. Sushant is survived by his parents and four sisters. His last film ‘Dil Bechara’ based-on Novelist John Green’s ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ is shortly expected to release on Hotstar.
Posted By: Talib Khan