Sushant Singh Rajput Missed His Mother Usha Singh Ji & LOVED All His 4 Sisters Mitu, Nitu, Shweta, Rani

Arjun Kapoor shares last conversation with Sushant Singh Rajput: I felt his pain of losing his mother

Sushant Singh Rajput had lost his mother in 2002, when he was just 16. Arjun Kapoor also lost his mother, Mona Shourie Kapoor, in 2012, barely weeks before the release of his debut film, Ishaqzaade.

Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide on Sunday (June 14) morning. The news of his death came as a huge shock, and celebrities began pouring in tributes soon after. The 34-year-old actor was suffering from depression for the past six months and was undergoing psychiatric treatment for the same.

Arjun Kapoor took to Instagram and shared a screenshot of his last ever text conversation with the actor.

In the screenshot shared, Kapoor writes “Big hug to u man (sic),” a week after the release of Kedarnath. The actor mentioned in the caption that he assumed Sushant Singh Rajput was missing his mother as the film was being celebrated by the industry.

 

 

Replying to Arjun, Sushant wrote back then, “I love you brother, I know you understand.”

Sushant Singh Rajput had lost his mother in 2002, when he was just 16. Arjun Kapoor also lost his mother, Mona Shourie Kapoor, in 2012, barely weeks before the release of his debut film, Ishaqzaade.

The rest of the text exchange between the two actors is about the success of Kedarnath and plans about meeting sometime in the future.

Sharing the screenshot on Instagram, Ajrun Kapoor wrote, “18 months ago… My last msg to him was when he posted about his mom a week after the release of Kedarnath. He was missing her I assume while the movie was being celebrated.”

He added, “I didn’t know him well enough though our paths crossed at yrf, events & screenings every now & then. I can’t say I understood what made him make this choice. I can say I felt the pain he did about losing his bearings & feeling that void of his mother. I hope ur in a better & happier space my friend. I hope u have found ur peace. We will all wonder & try & make sense of what happened today. I just hope & pray that when the circus settles down we as a society in due course realise ur choice wasn’t driven by one singular moment or thing but a culmination of so much that defines a human being not just by the profession u were in. Rest my dear brother Sushant you are now I hope at peace.”

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