‘From A Co-Star You Became A Teacher’ — Bhumi Pednekar Pens A Note For Sushant Singh Rajput

The unfortunate death of Sushant Singh Rajput by suicide left a broken heart to all his loved ones and millions of fans. Many of his friends and co-stars were shocked the first few days and slowly come to terms with them. Kriti Sanon used her social media to remember Sushant and also exposed journalists who did not respect their privacy and their feelings. Shraddha Kapoor, her co-star from Chhichhore, wrote a note for the late actor where she explained how he was “one of the few”.

Actress Bhumi used social media today to write her a nice note, calling him a “neutron star.” She wrote how, when filming their film Sonchiriya, he said he would show her the stars and did it – through his “best friend”, his telescope. She remembers the times when he challenged her to write with his left hand, races and quizzes and how it drove her crazy trying to keep up. She returned to all the theories, debates, music and art that he presented to her and became a teacher. She ends by saying that she will spot him through the telescope and find him easily, because he will be the brightest star in the world.

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She said “Rest in Peace my friend…
Shocked and Heartbroken…Still can’t believe it…To star gazing and our endless chats…am going to spot you twinkling bright up there with the rest cause you are and will always be a star my dearest SSR”

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‘Supernova’ I wake up in the morning & I think of you, I think of all our chats, your habits & moods. Then it kicks in, a pain I couldn’t imagine I would feel for you. The 1st time we met, you told me you would show me the stars, in my head I wondered-ya whatever, what a cheese ball. Little did I know you meant every word you said. With a smile full of pride you showed it to us, this massive big black hole, your best friend, your telescope. I was like – wait, what, really, you got this here!!! Full of excitement, in the middle of nowhere, you jumped like a child, ready to take us all on a journey… You took us to the moon & back, I remember the moon being red then. You showed us Saturn, Jupiter and a million stars. All of a sudden my might came crashing down, you made me realise I was just a fractal in this pond. You challenged me to write with my left hand & narrate versus backwards… You challenged me to races & quizzes & it drove me nuts… We spoke of Van Gogh, Gaudi & Descartes. We spoke of breaking patterns & creating new ones. We spoke of theories, success & life. We had debates & many fights. We listened to Beethoven & Mozart, we tried understanding their music through algorithms & charts. You spoke of Faraday, Chatelet & tried explaining Newton’s theories through Art. Just like that, from a Co-Star you became a teacher. You turned me into a seeker, ready with her book and pen, waiting for class to begin. I remember your excitement on all the questions I asked, getting an answer from you wasn’t easy, you would turn that too into a learning task. You my friend gave me an experience of a lifetime. You were like the emergence of a Chaos. A chaos so different and potent it’s hard to explain. I know you can see the world grieving for you. There’s a sense of loss everyone feels, many that met & didn’t meet you. Your genius will live on with all the work you’ve done. And through that telescope I’ll spot you again, it will be easy- cause you will be the youngest & the brightest amoungst many we love up there. You truly are a double slit photon, A Neutron Star. You are going to be missed Our dear SSR. #SushantSinghRajput

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She wrote ” ‘Supernova’
I wake up in the morning & I think of you,
I think of all our chats, your habits & moods.
Then it kicks in, a pain I couldn’t imagine I would feel for you.
The 1st time we met, you told me you would show me the stars, in my head I wondered-ya whatever, what a cheese ball.
Little did I know you meant every word you said.
With a smile full of pride you showed it to us,
this massive big black hole, your best friend, your telescope.
I was like – wait, what, really, you got this here!!!
Full of excitement, in the middle of nowhere,
you jumped like a child, ready to take us all on a journey… You took us to the moon & back, I remember the moon being red then.
You showed us Saturn, Jupiter and a million stars.
All of a sudden my might came crashing down,
you made me realise I was just a fractal in this pond.
You challenged me to write with my left hand & narrate versus backwards…
You challenged me to races & quizzes & it drove me nuts…
We spoke of Van Gogh, Gaudi & Descartes.
We spoke of breaking patterns & creating new ones.
We spoke of theories, success & life.
We had debates & many fights.
We listened to Beethoven & Mozart,
we tried understanding their music through algorithms & charts.
You spoke of Faraday, Chatelet & tried explaining Newton’s theories through Art.
Just like that, from a Co-Star you became a teacher.
You turned me into a seeker,
ready with her book and pen,
waiting for class to begin.
I remember your excitement on all the questions I asked,
getting an answer from you wasn’t easy,
you would turn that too into a learning task.
You my friend gave me an experience of a lifetime.
You were like the emergence of a Chaos.
A chaos so different and potent it’s hard to explain.
I know you can see the world grieving for you.
There’s a sense of loss everyone feels,
many that met & didn’t meet you.
Your genius will live on with all the work you’ve done.
And through that telescope I’ll spot you again,
it will be easy- cause you will be the youngest & the brightest amoungst many we love up there.
You truly are a double slit photon,
A Neutron Star.
You are going to be missed
Our dear SSR.”

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