By Trishna Das, Updated : Jun 16, 2020 12:30 IST
Gulabo Sitabo actor Amitabh Bachchan pens heartfelt note on Instgaram, says Sushant Singh Rajput's work was sheer brilliance

Soon after the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput, one of the most promising actor's of Bollywood, the entire nation was shocked. While several Bollywood actors shared their condolences through social media, some of the celebrities penned heartfelt messages remembering their time spent with the young talented actor. Among, the celebs, veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan couldn't hold back his emotions and took to his official Instagram handle to pen down a heartfelt note. The veteran wrote, "Why .. Why .. Why .. Why .. Sushant Singh Rajput .. why do you end your life .. your brilliant talent .. your brilliant mind .. laid to rest, without asking, seeking .. why .. .. his work was sheer brilliance .. and his mind even more".

In his long Instagram post, Bachchan admired the works of the 34-year-old actor. He said that he had seen Sushant's complete work in the film MS. Dhoni: The Untold Story and his performance in it were dressed with remarkable moments. Bachchan said that Sushant showed traits of excessive intelligence whenever he spoke or communicated with someone.

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The Gulabo Sitabo actor also revealed that in one of his meetings with the Kai Po Che actor, when he asked him how Sushant managed to give Dhoni's iconic shot to winning the International tournament, to absolute perfection, Shushant said that he watched Dhoni's video a hundred times.

The Pavitra Rishta fame ended his life on Sunday at his Bandra residence by suicide. His death comes days after his 28-year-old former manager Disha Salian was found dead after she fell from a building in Mumbai's Malad. Sushant Singh was suffering from depression and he stopped taking his medications before he finally committed suicide. His hairstylist Sapna Bhavnani revealed that the actor was going through tough times. She even slammed the film fraternity for not lending a helping hand. Meanwhile, Shushant's last and upcoming film Dil Bechara is yet to release worldwide.