New Delhi: Sushant Singh played his character in the biopic of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the former captain of the Indian team . Sushant committed suicide on Sunday in his Bandra home. After this, former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson told via Twitter how he was impressed by Sushant’s performance in MS Dhoni’s biopic. Shane Watson wrote I am constantly thinking about Sushant. this is very sad. An untold story many times you forget whether it is Sushant or Dhoni. Fantastic artistry and now the world has become empty due to his absence. Hurried away.
I can’t stop thinking about #sushantsinghrajput. It is just so tragic!!! In The Untold Story, at times you forgot whether it was Sushant or MSD. Amazing portrayal and now the world is much poorer with him not here in it. #gonetoosoon pic.twitter.com/pFYz4cD9jK
— Shane Watson (@ShaneRWatson33) June 15, 2020
Sushant Singh was first seen hanging by his domestic help at his residence in Bandra on Sunday morning. He was reportedly battling depression and undergoing treatment for the last few months. The post on his social media of the last few months shows that he also tried yoga and meditation to fight his state of mind. The actor is from Bihar and studied in Patna and New Delhi before shifting to Mumbai.
After establishing himself on the small screen with ‘Pritha Rishta’, he made the film ‘Kai Po Che!’ Debutted on the big screen with. He was praised for his performances in several films including Shuddh Desi Romance, biopic MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, Kedarnath, and Chichhore.
Let us tell you that earlier Arun Pandey, a close friend of Mahendra Singh Dhoni and co-producer of the film made on his life, recalled many moments spent during the making of this film with actor Sushant Singh Rajput which can not be forgotten. There was a lot of pressure on Sushant to put this great cricketer on the big screen but this actor left no stone unturned to make this character strong. Whether he had to spend nine months to train with former Indian wicketkeeper Kiran More or to practice Dhoni’s trademark shot helicopter continuously, Sushant worked hard for him and got the idea from his on-screen performance Can be applied.
Arun Pandey told that he was very worried while making the film whether he would be able to make Dhoni’s life well on the big screen. He was under a lot of pressure before the film’s release (2016). Arun Pandey is unable to believe Sushant’s death yet, he said, he used to tell me, I hope I will do well, otherwise millions of fans of Mahi will never forgive me. But he was so hardworking that I was confident that he would do a good job and he did too. One day, he said, his muscles were stretched while practicing helicopter shots. We thought that he would take some rest and come after some time but he said that there should be no delay due to me. And he came back to practice in a week.