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When Sushant Singh Rajput Said He Would Start A Canteen In Film City

Published By: Shrishti Negi

Last Updated: June 14, 2023, 09:44 IST

Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his Bandra flat on June 14, 2020.

In a throwback interview, Sushant Singh Rajput revealed that if he didn’t get films after quitting TV, he would establish a canteen.

It has been three years since the untimely demise of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, and the memory of his extraordinary talent still lingers in the hearts of his fans. Sushant left an indelible mark on the Indian film industry in his short but illustrious career. On the occasion of his death anniversary (June 14), we reflect on a significant moment when Sushant candidly discussed his backup plan, in case he does not get to be a part of movies after his debut. After making a successful transition from television to the big screen with his debut film Kai Po Che in 2013, Sushant opened up about his backup plan during a candid conversation with in 2015.

Responding to skeptics who questioned his decision to leave television, he confidently stated, “When I quit television, people told me, you are doing a filmmaking course but what if you don’t get a film? I said, ‘I will make my own films. I had decided that if that happens, I will start a canteen in Film City and I will buy a camera and make my own short film about the canteen and feature in it too. And I know I would be as excited about that as I am right now.”

However, Sushant made it clear that this backup plan wasn’t a mere fallback option. He explained, “That was not plan B, that was to spend time in Film City because I love Film City. It’s the only place in Mumbai where everybody is shooting something. It’s because of the place that I thought of opening a canteen there. I can eat and I can enjoy watching films and I can actually shoot my short film, so that was the place to be.”

Sushant Singh Rajput’s talent and dedication to his craft were evident throughout his career. From his breakthrough role in the popular TV show Pavitra Rishta to his impressive performances in films like M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story and Chhichhore, he left an indelible mark on the industry. His final film, Dil Bechara, was released posthumously and touched the hearts of millions worldwide, further solidifying his legacy as a talented actor.

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