Bhumi Pednekar shares emotional post on Sushant Singh Rajputs first death anniversary
Sushant Singh Rajput and Bhumi Pendnekar had shared the screen in Sonchiriya Continue reading ...
Bhumi Pednekar has shared an emotional post on actor Sushant Singh Rajput's first death anniversary. The two had starred together in the 2019 action film, Sonchiriya. Besides Bhumi and Sushant, the film also starred Manoj Bajpayee, Ranvir Shorey and Ashutosh Rana. The film received positive reviews from critics and had even taken home the Critics Award for Best Film and Best Costume Design at the 2020 Filmfare Awards.
"Miss you, your questions and everything we spoke about. From the stars to the things unknown, you showed me the world like I had never seen it before. I hope you’ve found your peace my curious sweet SSR...Om Shanti," Pednekar wrote in her Instagram post. She shared pictures of SSR with a child on his lap and a photo of the two of them sitting under umbrellas on the sets of the film. Bhumi had been heavily affected by Sushant’s death and had also shared a lovely message on Instagram last year.
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"I wake up in the morning and I think of you, I think of all our chats, your habits and 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 and back, I remember the moon being red then," she had written.
"We spoke of theories, success and life. We had debates and many fights. We listened to Beethoven and Mozart. We tried understanding their music through algorithms and 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," she had added at the time.