New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: The 34-year-old brilliance of an actor who departed from the world in the most shocking way possible on Sunday continues to induce tears across the country through the testimonies of his life with which the most ordinary among us can connect to.

The viral pictures of Sushant Singh Rajput reminiscing his transition from childhood to adulthood continues to make people believe, that Sushant was a star from right among them and that’s a loss nobody can fathom even now.

Some of Sushant’s childhood pictures display his charmed-up ambitious eyes, a small town grit which speaks for itself. There are others from a birthday party and snaps from school days as well. While some more are from his college days in Delhi, slightly explaining the transitioning step he undertook to enter the entertainment world.

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Sushant’s friend Siddharth Gupta also took to Instagram and figuratively induced tears in the eyes of many. Siddharth shared many moments of absolute serenity charmed up by the nuances of unadulterated friendship in various locations.

“Can not describe the pain. You will stay in me forever. See you on the other side my Alien brother. Till we meet again on a starry starry night in a different world with unending possibilities,” Siddharth captioned a series of moments he shared with Sushant, in which the actor can be seen playing guitar on a terrace, jumping into a lake and enjoying at pool.

After establishing himself on the small screen with Ekta Kapoor’s “Kis Des mein hai mera dil” and  “Pavitra Rishta”, he transitioned to the big screen with film “Kai Po Chhe!”(2013). He went on to do projects, including “Shuddh Desi Romance”(2013), the famed biopic “MS Dhoni: The Untold Story”(2016), “Kedarnath”(2018) and “Chhichore”(2019), among several others. Sushant’s last rites were performed in Mumbai’s Vile Parle on Monday, and is survived by his parents and four sisters.

Posted By: Talib Khan