Director Anand Gandhi Reveals, “last Seen Sushant Singh Rajput on Sunday at 9:15 AM” pens a moving eulogy in his memoir

Filmmaker Anand Gandhi shared a moving eulogy in memory of his close friend Sushant Singh Rajput. In the video, Sushant can be seen in his usual fun self interacting with the rest of the guests. The video seems to be filmed on the rooftop of Gandhi’s house.

In his nine-part eulogy, the director stated, ‘Sushant packed, packed in more lives in an hour than most people have hours in a lifetime.’

Gandhi wrote, ’Last seen Sun at 9:15 AM.’ His unchanging Whatsapp status still declares on my phone -an epitaph etched onto a binary stone – more tenacious than granite, as fragile as memory,” he wrote, mulling over their deep conversations. “Sushant was made of flesh, blood and ideas. He played with ideas just like a child plays with toys, and for the same reasons – to discover, to invent and to learn,”

Gandhi further went on to reveal that his depth and that how, he never quite fell for things that are not deep, “You don’t actually buy into unprovable useless mumbo-jumbo like nth level simulation, do you?”
He further wrote, ” I would have fallen for it.

His smile would widen ear to ear and his eyes pierce through me as he would beam at me. “No.” Gotcha! “Par dil ko khush rakhne ko Ghalib yeh khayal acchha hai (But it’s a pleasant idea to cheer the heart.)”

In the next part, he wrote, “My dear friend. You made the future comprehensible and the past malleable. My self expanded with you. I felt understood by you. I wish I had said this to you more often. I needed you.

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Sushant. “Last seen Sun at 9:15 AM.” His unchanging Whatsapp status still declares on my phone – an epitaph etched onto a binary stone – more tenacious than granite, as fragile as memory. “Time is but a stubborn illusion, brother.” He would have invoked his relativist hero, part in jest, part in romance, just to inspire an argument from me. “You don’t actually buy into unprovable useless mumbo-jumbo like nth level simulation, do you?” I would have fallen for it. His smile would widen ear to ear and his eyes pierce through me as he would beam at me. “No.” Gotcha! “Par dil ko khush rakhne ko Ghalib yeh khayal acchha hai (But it’s a pleasant idea to cheer the heart.)” (Running out of space here – read the entire text in my stories). #sushantsinghrajput #sushantsingh #sushant #eulogy #death #life #meaning

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