New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: Actress Sara Ali Khan made her debut in the film industry with Abhishek Kapoor’s ‘Kedarnath’ in 2018 opposite late Sushant Singh Rajput. The ‘Kai Po Che!’ actor was her first co-star, and thus holds a special place likewise.

The actress, who is also an alumnus of Columbia University, had said during the trailer launch of the film ‘Kedarnath’ that she not only learned acting from him but he also helped her with the Hindi language and its pronunciation.

Sara Ali Khan had said, "I don’t know how I’ve done in the film. I’ve really, really tried my best. But I don’t think I would’ve been able to do any of it without Sushant. He has just been the most helpful person to have had. There were days when I was a little lost, I was a little scared, but he was just always hands-on. Whatever broken Hindi I speak, Sushant has taught me."

Both the actors had a blasting time during the promotions of the film. Both made an appearance in Salman Khan-hosted ‘Bigg Boss’ and stimulated an enigmatic sense of entertainment-filled fun on the television.

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After Sushant Singh Rajput’s death on the second Sunday of June, Sara’s father Saif Ali Khan had claimed that Sara was “very very upset” on this.

"I think Sara - I don't know if she wants me to talk about it - was very upset. Very, very, very upset. Shocked and then very upset. She liked him very much. She was quite impressed with certain aspects of his personality. She told me he was very intelligent, that he could discuss, you know, Jean-Paul Sartre and he could discuss various aspects of philosophy and engineering and that he had learned how to shoot with a bow and arrow left-handed, and he was very fit as well as very hard-working, and a good actor,” Saif Ali Khan was quoted as saying by Times of India.

Sushant Singh Rajput committed suicide on June 14th at his Bandra house in Mumbai. He is survived by his father 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 Disney-Hotstar.

Posted By: Talib Khan