As the argumentation after Sushant Singh Rajput’s death intensifies, this can be precisely stated that the heartthrob lived a lavish life and spent it with a sincere heart. He was never strapped for cash in his lifetime.
He didn’t give an eye to money and luxury. His intellectual opinion about life was the mirror of his thoughts. He refused many big production films just because he was keener on exploring the best of the best in him.
He once said that;
“If I wanted to make money, I could have carried out many other things in life. I am not in this field for money”
Sushant Singh Rajput said no to many big film banners of Bollywood because he was uninterested in working in typical movies. From Kai Po Che in 2013 to Dil Bechara in 2020, Sushant evaded the typical Bollywood Industry.
He often refuses such conventional offers, and you would not find even a single of such kind in his movie repository.
He was under no circumstances in the favor of such a typical conventional work. His career showcases that he always followed his heart. But the industry was unfortunate to have lost such a gem.
He didn’t want to be another Varun Dhawan, he constantly wanted to be like Shah Rukh Khan. His career paves somewhat different from Shah Rukh Khan because SRK was given a dominant role in every film after his debut.
Sushant Singh Rajput’s path just headed him to his tragic demise.