Sushant Singh Rajput’s Bucket List of 50 Dreams Goes Viral

Suhant Singh Rajput’s mysterious death has come as a big blow to the world. People increasingly want to know more about this dynamic personality after his sad demise. Who can believe that the talented actor concealed his pain through his unforgettable charming smile!

His passing away leaves us with questions about the glittering world of the film industry, mental health issues, and the internal struggles of actors that no one speaks of. What has caught the attention of readers is his “bucket list of 50 dreams” which he created in 2019. 

Here’s a glimpse of his dreams, some of which remained unfulfilled. 

It is said that Sushant was fascinated with celestial bodies and he often spoke about the moon, stars and the mystifying outer space. He bought an expensive telescope ‘Meade 14″ LX600’, only to see the rings of the planet Saturn. 

He shared the great news on Instagram by saying, “It’s one of the most advanced telescopes in the world and I’m going to be able to see Saturn’s rings through it.”He is the only Indian to have bought a piece of land in the moon in a region called the ‘Mare Muscoviense’ or the ‘Sea of Muscovy.’

It is commendable of the actor who hailed from a small town in Bihar to have achieved stardom in the very competitive film industry. The 34 year old actor was found hanging in his residence in Bandra by his servant. His family has flown in from Patna and his funeral will take place in Mumbai today. 

The list of his fascinating dreams in his bucket list clearly throw light on the ‘Kai Po Che’ actor’s personality. It shows that he was keen to learn, travel, read, create and above all help the society. We can confidently say that film industry has lost a great soul indeed. May he finally find peace.

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