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Vikas Gupta Gets Emotional Talking About His Bond With Sushant Singh Rajput

Vikas Gupta remembers his good friend and brother Sushant Singh Rajput in this video, Vikas also shares an heartfelt note to the late actor, he wrote, “When No Option left Collect everything left in you & Give it before U Fall. Don’t ask a troubled person to talk to you if you don’t have an intention to help . Don’t call someone home for coffee because you want to feel good about yourself being kind you lend an ear. What he or she needs is much more. When you give hope and do nothing you add to the number of times his hope has died from inside. Situations or people have pushed someone to such a condition that they have come almost begging for help and instead sometimes are made fun of , gossiped Of or given don’t worry it will be okay and worse will be judged and so will their work their entire life. Like I will be post what I am doing. I know I am risking my entire life’s hard work and achievement. I will not be shamed any more or blackmailed anymore by anyone. You have been doing this for far too long and honestly I would prefer to die knowing the world knows who you all really are and they realise that cruelty can exist to this extend . It can be in your family , friends , in college at workplace . People arnt all nice. They can be so brutal and sadist. I had told my house guest once if you are cornered by someone to an extend that you think you have no option but to die then before you do pick up all the strength and courage for that one blow. Don’t ever give up completely till there is a drop of anything left in you. This is the beginning of my last drop of everything that remains in me before I fall. I wasted my time energy crying begging asking for help, no one helped sometimes they couldn’t sometimes they were busy. I wasn’t able to help myself but by this I am making sure these set of people will not be able to hurt anyone else ever again. #vikasgupta #mentalillness is real #sushantsinghrajput I remember the months we spend at #chaicoffee sharing dreams of future. ThankU for taking care of my brother like your own. You kept him with you as your family for so long that i lost count of months – (No rent was ever shared or any expenses- he was the older brother ) You taught him , loved him & trained him even better than I did Gratitude for whatever it’s worth now. I am sorry I couldn’t help cause I needed it myself. RIP”

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