Late Sushant Singh Rajput is a man who doesn’t need any reference to be known, he lives in people’s hearts. He was a favorite of many and his films were something people always cherished watching. Sushant passed away on 14 June 2020 but his legacy is still continued and the actor is remembered for what he delivered to the audience, his fans and supporters, his art.
His passing away so unfortunately was a shock for the entire nation. The 34-year old actor had enough talent to entertain the audience for years but destiny’s plans were something else. Here are 5 top movies of Sushant Singh Rajput which would remain unforgettable for lifetime because of his super amazing acting and characters.
5 Iconic Movies Of Sushant Singh Rajput
M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story
Sushant Singh Rajput portrayed the role of popular cricketer and former Indian Skipper, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, in this film. MS Dhoni became a blockbuster among the audience as well as the Indian cinema and is considered as one of the best performances of Sushant’s entire career.
Kai Po Che
Kai Po Che was Sushant Singh Rajput’s debut movie in Bollywood after his successful delivery on national television as Manav in Pavitra Rishta. Kai Po Che is the story of a failed cricketer which features Rajkummar Rao and Amit Sadh in the lead roles opposite Sushant Singh Rajput.
Another amazing performance by Sushant was in Chhichhore movie. Set in two eras, the film overall has a high dose of entertainment and learning. Sushant played two characters in the movie and we cannot deny that he did a commendable job in the movie.
Although the movie was not that well at the box office, Sushant’s versatility as an actor was what people applauded for. Sonchiriya featured Sushant Singh Rajput in a different avatar which was sure to win people’s hearts, no matter if the fim worked or not but he definitely showed the audience his another versatile role.
The film which the nation cried after watching! Dil Bechara was Sushant Singh Rajput’s last film which got released after the death of the actor. The film had the saddest ending where Sushant lost his life and that was the point the world cried for real, remembering the star who was born to spread happiness.
These were some of Sushant’s best films of his little film career. Today, he is not with us but we are fortunate that we could see him even today just because of the art he has left behind for us.