Sushant Singh Rajput wanted to build a mansion like SRK’s Mannat; reveals Pavitra Rishta co-star Mrinalini Tyagi


Sushant Singh Rajput’s co-star from Pavitra Rishta, Mrinalini Tyagi disclosed that Sushant always wanted to have his own mansion, like SRK’s Mannat. Mrinalini also mentioned that Sushant was a hard-working actor with a lot of dreams to fulfill.

Actor Sushant Singh Rajput left this world for heavenly abode on June 14. He was found dead in his Bandra residence by the Mumbai police, which later on confirmed the cause of death as handing. The untimely demise of the actor left his family, fans, friends, and co-stars in a state of shock and grief.

All the industry knew that Sushant held Shah Rukh Khan dearly and was a big fan of the superstar. A week back, soon after Sushant’s sudden demise, SRK had taken to micro-blogging website, twitter to express his grief over the tragic news.

In the latest interview with Times of India, late actor Sushant’s television days co-star Mrinalini Tyagi revealed that, “Sushant had such big dreams. He was a very hardworking boy. He would always say that we have one SRK and now everyone will have another SSR in the industry. He loved Shah Rukh Khan from the bottom of his heart. He worshiped him and was a huge fan. He would call himself SSR and do the signature pose of Shah Rukh Khan. He would say I will be the next Badshah of Bollywood. He wanted to make his own Mannat. He was a boy with big dreams in his eyes so it’s really unbelievable that he can end his life. He copied Shah Rukh Khan in every sense not acting but otherwise. He wanted to walk in his footsteps.”

“Sushant was brainy, super intelligent and confident, and because of his talent and confidence he was able to go so ahead in life. He shifted from TV and went to films and did so well. Whatever happened is very heartbreaking and unbelievable. He was so good that it is difficult to digest the fact that he is no more with us today. It is very tragic and heartbreaking because Sushant and suicide are two different things they don’t go together. They are poles apart.” she added.

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