The sudden demise of Bollywood film star Sushant Singh Rajput on June 14 last year shook the entire film industry. It was not easy for Sushant Singh Rajput to travel from a small village in Bihar to Mumbai. He chose his destiny and went through the world of TV and got the title of Charming Hero of Bollywood.
Sushant Singh Rajput's debut film Kai Po Che was not only successful in winning the hearts of the critics but the film also did a great job at the box office.
Even before his death, Sushant Singh Rajput was busy with his upcoming films. He was constantly in touch with the directors. His romantic comedy film with director Rumi Jaffery was supposed to go on floors in May 2020. Earlier in the month of April itself, the lockdown was announced and the film got stuck. Director Rumi Jaffrey remembers Sushant Singh Rajput and revealed the last thing that happened to him.
According to the latest reports, Rumi Jaffery said, 'We had a very sweet relationship. We did not click many pictures. But he often used to come to our house. We all used to sit at home and eat food cooked by my wife. He loved home food. ''How cruel is life? We used to talk to him and today we are talking about him''
Recalling his last conversation with Sushant Singh Rajput, Rumi Jaffrey said, 'This was exactly a year ago. We spoke for the last time on June 12 at exactly 3 pm.' He told that he was about to start a film with Sushant Singh Rajput. On which the lockdown put the brakes.
Rumi Jaffrey said, 'Everything was decided. Music was final. When the lockdown was imposed, Sushant was a bit upset. About the shooting of this film. We were all optimistic that things would be back to normal soon but then this lockdown kept on increasing. When things kept getting delayed, Sushant had said that we should prepare some other short script which requires fewer people to shoot and it should be a low-budget film, something like Rajesh Khanna starrer Ittefaq. We were just looking for a film story for this. These things were going on since May.
Rumi Jaffery said, "Sushant was a lively person and he had a child in him. He used to hug and love me many times. Our relationship was very strong. It was more than an actor-director."