'You said we would play tennis together': Sania Mirza remembers Sushant Singh Rajput with a heartfelt post
New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment: The sudden demise of Bollywood renowned actor Sushant Singh Rajput has left everyone shocked to the core, especially people who have had worked with him in the past. The actor allegedly committed suicide at his Bandra residence in Mumbai and found dead on Sunday.
The death of the 34-year-old has left people across the country in shock. Several Bollywood stars, politicians and sports personalities have expressed their shock over the demise of the Kai Po Che actor.
Out of the many condolences, ace tennis player Sania Mirza also took to Twitter to share a short chat in the memory of Sushant. Recalling the time when Sushant had told her that he would play tennis with her someday, she wrote, “Sushant you said we would play tennis together one day .. you were so full of life and laughs .. spreading smiles everywhere you went.. we didn’t even know you were hurting this bad Disappointed face the world will miss you .. shaking while I write this .. RIP my friend”
Sushant 💔 💔 you said we would play tennis together one day .. you were so full of life and laughs .. spreading smiles everywhere you went.. we didn’t even know you were hurting this bad 😞 the world will miss you .. shaking while I write this .. RIP my friend— Sania Mirza (@MirzaSania) June 14, 2020
Sania’s husband Shoaib Malik, former Pakistani cricketer, also took to Twitter to express his condolences after learning about the actor’s sudden demise. He wrote, “Shocked to hear about Shushant Singh committing suicide, life is a long beautiful inning, 34 was not the age to let go, may your soul rest in peace #ShushantSinghRajput (1986-2020) gone too soon.”
Sushant made his debut in the television industry with Kis Desh Me Hai Mera Dil in 2008 and rose to fame on the silver screen from his debut in the 2013 film 'Kai Po Che', for which he had received a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut.
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