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Throwback To Late Sushant Saying Ankita Is Like My Wedded Wife

Yesterday marked the 35th birth anniversary of late Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput, to make this occasion more special, here’s a throwback to late Sushant saying Ankita is like my wedded wife.

On the 35th birth anniversary of the late Bollywood superstar Sushant Singh Rajput, here’s a throwback to late Sushant saying Ankita is like my wedded wife.

In one of his earlier interviews, opening up on his bonding with then girlfriend, this one is indeed throwback to late Sushant saying Ankita is like my wedded wife.

On the occasion of his 35th birthday, in his fond memory remembering the late bollywood star, this one is one of his earlier interviews wherein fans and audiences will see throwback to late Sushant saying Ankita is like my wedded wife.

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2020 was indeed an awful year as the Bollywood industry lost Irrfan Khan, Rishi Kapoor, and Sushant Singh Rajput forever but they still live in our hearts even today.

In one of his earlier interviews with a veteran bollywood journalist for a leading digital entertainment portal, when asked about how much commercial success meant to him, Sushant had replied, “I will never sell myself to commercial success”. That righteousness in those times felt unreal and overdone but with passage of time, one thing never changed which was Sushant’s dedication to all his roles which had never been seen in any other actor till date.

In his last interview before his death with the same veteran Bollywood journalist on a leading digital entertainment portal, when asked about his motto and mojo behind working in films, Sushant had spilled the beans and declared, “I work entirely for my job satisfaction.  Otherwise I could have made money in any other profession. I am here to make a difference, firstly to myself. When I look back on my body of work I want to feel a sense of pride. Whether it is Kai Po Che, Byomkesh Bakshi, Dhoni, Kedarnath or Sonchiriya, I am happy and proud to be associated with these films”.

When asked about the time when Shekhar Kapur’s Paani took two years in making but unfortunately never got made, Sushant had told, “Just the time spent with Shekhar Kapur made the whole experience worth the while for me. True the film didn’t get made finally.  But for me every film I do is a journey. The destination doesn’t interest me”.

When asked about his and then girlfriend Ankita’s bonding in an earlier interview with the same said veteran and renowned journalist from a leasing digital entertainment portal, Sushant had said, “Ankita is my legally wedded wife even though when we both haven’t been legally married. Sir koi farq nahin padta saat pheron se”.

Post which everyone saw how Sushant and Ankita had a breakup and he went completely off the radar wherein he had no communication with his family and friends and just closed the doors to anyone who tried to help him. A year before his death, back in 2019, Sushant in his last interview with the same ace film journalist for the leading digital bollywood portal had said, “I wouldn’t be able to sleep peacefully if I didn’t give all of myself to every character I accept. Agar main apne kirdaar ko theek se pehchan na paaon usski antar-aatma ko choo na loon toh yeh toh beimaani hogi (if I don’t get to know my character well and  touch its essence it would be a betrayal). Either I don’t accept a film. Or if I do, I surrender to it completely”.

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