Chandrayaan 3: Sushant Singh Rajput's longtime dream of becoming an astronaut trends on social media as netizens remember the late actor - Read Tweets  | Business Upturn

Chandrayaan 3: Sushant Singh Rajput’s longtime dream of becoming an astronaut trends on social media as netizens remember the late actor – Read Tweets 

India is now celebrating the extraordinary success of the Chandrayaan-3 mission, but the country couldn’t help but remember Sushant Singh Rajput and his unfulfilled longing to visit to space.

Because of Chandrayaan-3’s successful landing on the moon’s surface and Sushant Singh Rajput’s well-known passion for astronomy and space exploration, his fans began trending him on social media once more.

Sushant agreed to appear in the now-cancelled film Chanda Mama Door Ke in 2018. One of the actor’s unfulfilled dreams before leaving the planet was to play an astronaut. He brought it up regularly throughout events.


The film was shelved due to its massive budget. It required Rs 67 crore simply for manufacture. More monies would be required later on for promotion and publicity.

Due to the high cost, the film was deemed too ambitious to be completed. According to rumours, Rajput visited the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to master the fundamentals of training for the film.

However, the film was later shelved. Nonetheless, the actor persisted in his desire to complete a certified instructor’s course.

Talking about it, Sushant had shared with a media outlet, “I had done a workshop at NASA when I went there two years ago. Those who trained me had said that if I continued for a few  more weeks, I would hace received a certifiate of an instructor. I am planning to go to Houston to get the course done. It covers everything, from knowing things you need to go to space and even sitting in the centrifuge.”

Even three years after his death, it is highly rare for an actor to be recognised and go viral on social networking networks. Sushant Singh Rajput, on the other hand, is an anomaly, as he is still admired and loved online. The internet went crazy after the successful landing of Chandrayaan 3, and SSR admirers came to their social media accounts to convey his longtime desire of becoming an astronaut.

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