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Filmmaker Nikhil Anand says, “Sushant Singh Rajput to be immortalised in the cinematic world”

Sushant Singh's sad demise left the cinematic world in a deep state of shock.

Image Credit: Sushant Singh Rajput Instagram account

Sushant Singh’s sad demise left the cinematic world in a deep state of shock.

Now, according to Indian media reports, director Nikhil Anand is dreaming of making a biopic on the actor’s life and his tragic passing away.

Speaking about the same, Anand said, “It is painful to accept the fact that Sushant is no more with us physically. He was an inspiration to every common man who wanted to make it big. He was not only an excellent artist beyond par, but also a great human being along with being an intelligent person. I hope that he is happy wherever he is.

“My movie on him will be a tribute to him and it’s my dream now to make him immortal in the cinematic world. I also hope that it inspires more people to be the part of the industry and a change comes. I hope the negatives lessen and Bollywood gives the talent more preference over nepotism,” Anand added.

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“The movie shall be started in a couple of months as the situation of the pandemic gets better. In the meanwhile, the team will be working on the story, cast and the movie making team. The movie will be released nationwide. The efforts will be made to release it worldwide so that it reaches and inspires and touches a maximum number of people,” the director further revealed.

To ensure accuracy, Anand is set to meet and talk to Sushant’s family, friends, and relatives, as part of research and preparation for the project.

Sushant was found dead in his Bandra residence in Mumbai on June 14. The actor had committed suicide after battling depression for six months.

Meanwhile, the investigation into the actor’s suicide is underway by police officials.

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Sumati Pavagi

A late bloomer but an early learner, Sumati likes to be honestly biased. Though fascinated by the far-flung corners of the galaxy, She doesn’t fancy the idea of humans moving to Mars. Sumati is a Contributing Author for Buzzfeed. e-mail: sumatipavagi@trendycow.net

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